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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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Miles
3

Fountain’s Abbey & Studley Park

D048
  • Ruins of a Cistercian Abbey
  • Ancient deer park
  • World Heritage Site

Fountains Abbey winter sun

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Miles
2

Hay Meadows at Muker

D057
  • Visit beautiful Hay Meadows
  • Muker is a traditional Dales village
  • Walk up the Upper Swale

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Miles
8

A Circuit of Stock’s Reservoir

D034
  • Great variety of birds, flora and scenery
  • History of the dam building
  • Good and well signposted paths

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Miles
10

Fells above Hawes

D081
  • High level walking on mainly good tracks
  • Great views down Wensleydale
  • Explore interesting Wether Fell

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Miles
6

Mining on Great Pinseat

D055
  • Swaledale's historical landscape
  • Old lead mines and buildings
  • An airy walk over the summit

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Miles
10

Sawley & the Ribble

D098
  • Classical east Lancs scenery
  • Lovely riverside sections
  • Includes 2 attractive villages

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Miles
7

Dick Turpin & the source of the Eden

D032
  • Hell Gill is truly dramatic
  • Watershed of England
  • Good variety of views

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Miles
8

Fell Head in the Howgills

D150
  • Steep sided but good paths
  • Wonderful walking along the ridges
  • Views to the eastern Lakes

Fell Head from Beck House

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Miles
2.5

Swale to Easby Abbey

D088
  • Short walk along the river Swale
  • Pass though the ruins of the abbey
  • Explore Richmond castle..in and out.

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