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Miles
12.5

West Scrafton, Caldbergh & Colsterdale

D106
  • Explore the two dales of Coverdale & Colsterdale
  • High moorland walking on variable paths
  • Unusual views over Nidderdale

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Miles
7

Arkengarthdale & Low Reeth Moor

D054
  • Discover lower Arkengarthdale
  • Perfect views down Swaledale
  • Explore the market town of Reeth

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Miles
11.5

Keld to Reeth via the high moors

D125
  • Bus from Reeth to Keld
  • Remains of old lead mines and workings
  • High moorland walking

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Miles
8

Great Whernside

D022
  • One of the best mountains in the Dales
  • Extensive views down Wharfedale
  • Easy walking on good tracks

Erratics near the summit

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Miles
8

Simon’s Seat via the Valley of Desolation

D023
  • A conservation success
  • A double peak with long reaching views
  • Heather clad moorland

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Miles
9

Ingleborough from Ribblehead

D138
  • Unusual route up Ingleborough
  • Easy climb on good turf
  • Classical limestone pavements

Summit of Simon Fell with Ingleborough behind

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Miles
8

Killing Grounds of the Wild Boar

D027
  • A worthy mountain walk
  • Great views to the west and the sea
  • Add in Hell Gill on the return

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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
7.5

Moors north of Slaidburn

D151
  • Lonely moorland walking
  • Mix of rough lanes or paths
  • Excellent bird life

Slaidburn Whitendale River

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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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