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Miles
7.5

History in Gunnerside Gill

D019
  • An industrial history lesson
  • Regenerated woodland
  • Gunnerside is a fine village

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Miles
7

Exploring Cotterdale

D072
  • Lovely unspoilt valley
  • Good views down Wensleydale
  • Start at pretty Appersett

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Miles
7

Gordale Scar & Malham Tarn

D004
  • A geological masterpiece
  • Includes Gordale Scar, Janet's Foss & Malham Tarn
  • Good all year round

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Miles
11

Hidden Valleys of Wharfedale

D003
  • Two valleys of character
  • Upland moorlands
  • 4 attractive Dales villages

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Miles
5.5

Sedbergh & the River Rawthey

D107
  • Follow the River Rawthey for a mile and a half
  • Skirt the slopes of Winder in the Howgills
  • Search out your favourite book shop - good choice

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Miles
8.5

Barbon, Casterton & the River Lune

D103
  • Varied walk along the River Lune
  • Explore 3 interesting villages steeped in history
  • Much of the walk is along quiet lanes

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Miles
14.5

Great Coum via Gragareth

D087
  • A long high level tramp
  • Leck valley is full of interest
  • Great views of Dentdale and the Howgills

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Miles
8.5

The Moors of Carlton

D079
  • Quiet and peaceful countryside
  • Superb tracks to walk on
  • Two different valleys

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Miles
2

Skipton Woods and Castle

D053
  • A pleasant riverside walk
  • Good views over the town of Skipton
  • Daunting views of the castle walls

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Miles
9

Lovely Barbondale

D011
  • Connoisseur's choice for a picnic spot
  • Extensive views from the long ridge
  • A peaceful and hidden Dales valley

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