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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
11.5

Low level walking in Upper Wharfedale

D105
  • A fine section of riverside walking
  • Visit 5 typical Yorkshire Dales villages
  • Enjoy the waterfalls at Cray

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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
4

Limestone walking above Feizor

D094
  • Lovely limestone walking
  • An attractive hamlet at Feizor
  • Good view over to Pen y Ghent

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Miles
6

Druids Temple at Masham

D073
  • Visit the folly of Druid's Temple
  • Great views of lower Wensleydale
  • Rolling hills and farmland

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Miles
11

Middleham to Masham via Jervaulx Abbey

D123
  • Bus from Masham to Middleham
  • Clings to the pretty River Ure
  • Castles, abbeys and country houses

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Miles
4

Brimham Rocks

D050
  • A unique rock formation
  • Far reaching views
  • Well managed site by the NT

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Miles
10

Whernside from Dent

D086
  • An interesting route up Whernside
  • Dent is as yet unspoilt
  • Highest mountain in Yorkshire

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Miles
4.5

A round of Malham Tarn

D129
  • Highest lake in England
  • Lovely limestone scenery
  • Walk through the wildlife reserve

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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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