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Miles
6.5

Sharp Haw & Flasby Hall

D009
  • Open moorland to forestry
  • Long reaching views over the Ribble Valley
  • Easy access from Skipton

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Miles
7.5

Rogan’s Seat from Keld

D148
  • Airy Moorland walk
  • Based from pretty Keld
  • Pass through Lead Industry

Keld from Pennine Way

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Miles
10

East of Mallerstang

D154
  • 2 of the Dales 30 summits
  • Pleasant ridge walking
  • Good views in every direction

Little Fell signature cairn

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Miles
11

Grimwith Reservoir via Hebden Beck

D084
  • History explored in Hebden Beck
  • Peaceful Grimwith Reservoir
  • Long but interesting throughout

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Miles
4.5

Lovely Littondale

D047
  • Quiet and peaceful riverside stroll
  • Links two quaint Dales villages
  • Traditional woodland on the fellsides

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Miles
8

Addingham to Bolton Abbey

D049
  • Moor, river, history, town and pasture
  • Visit to famous Bolton Abbey
  • Impressive views of the Wharf

chelker-resevoir

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Miles
10

Birks Fell, Upper Wharfedale

D135
  • Rarely visited Marilyn near Kettlewell
  • Good views across central Dales
  • Part of a new 3 Peaks?

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Miles
7.5

Bordley under Malham Moor

D095
  • A quiet walk through limestone scenery
  • Attractive moorland section
  • Rarely visited hamlet at Bordley

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Miles
9

Ingleborough and Gaping Gill

D014
  • The finest route up Ingleborough
  • Explore Gaping Gill and Trow Gill
  • Relaxed descent with good views

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Miles
5

Prettiest village in the Dales?

L090
  • Enjoy the village of West Burton
  • Pleasant views throughout the walk
  • Include the Cauldron Falls

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