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Miles
11

Hidden Valleys of Wharfedale

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  • Two valleys of character
  • Upland moorlands
  • 4 attractive Dales villages

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Miles
2

Eight Stiles Walk Around Long Preston

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  • Short but delectable
  • Pretty riverside walking
  • Some good views to Pendle

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Miles
4.5

Addleborough

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  • A distinctive hill in Wensleydale
  • Summit area is full of interest
  • Thornton Rust is an attractive hamlet

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Miles
11.5

Lower Dentdale

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  • Link these two attractive Cumbrian villages
  • Good views of Dentdale and the Howgills
  • One of the better sections of the Dales Way

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Miles
11

Discovering the Upper Nidd

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  • A glorious open landscape
  • Plenty of wildlife throughout
  • Understand the nature of reservoirs

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Miles
5

Longridge Fell

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  • A forested hill of merit
  • Good views over the Forest of Bowland
  • Choice of paths & tracks

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Miles
2

Explore Catrigg Force

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  • Beautiful waterfall at Catrigg Force
  • Lovely copse above Stainforth
  • Thwaites at the Craven Heifer

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Miles
7

Historic Villages near Settle

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  • 3 of the most attractive Dales villages
  • Traditional limestone scenery and scars
  • Historical industrial lime kilns

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Miles
7.5

The Ancient Castles of Mallerstang

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  • Ancient ruins in the valley
  • Quiet & peaceful riverside
  • Take some time in Kirkby Stephen

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Miles
3

Waterfalls above Askrigg

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  • Riverside walk with waterfalls
  • Great views down Wensleydale
  • Village where James Herriott filmed

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