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Miles
8.5

Embsay Moor Circular

D042
  • Wild moorland close to Skipton
  • Open Access and trackless land
  • Rylstone Cross and Cracoe War Memorial

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Miles
9.5

Ribblehead to Horton via Ingleborough

D122
  • Train from Horton to Ribblehead
  • Unusual route up Ingleborough
  • Good walking through limestone country

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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
6

Twisleton Scar near Ribblehead

D102
  • Superb limestone scenery
  • Views over Ingleborough & Whernside
  • Explore attractive Chapel-le-Dale

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Miles
5

Long Preston Deeps

D077
  • Walk through a Wetlands project
  • Grounds of Wigglesworth Hall
  • Spot roe deer early and late

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Miles
7.5

The Lanes Above Long Preston

D031
  • Contrasting views across the walk
  • Explore a genuine conservation initiative
  • Lovely riverside stroll to start the walk

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Miles
6

Aye Gill Pike

D147
  • Outstanding 360 degree views
  • Easy climb, steep decent
  • Dent is the best base

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Miles
7

Villages of Wharfedale

D008
  • Four delightful Dales villages
  • Linton Falls & the River Wharfe
  • Combines river paths & quiet lanes

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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

Mining on Great Pinseat

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

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