Guided Walks in the Dales

Allow someone else to plan the best walks, take the anxiety out of map reading and join a group of like minded walkers on one of our Guided Walks in the Dales. We will take our time on the Guided walks and enjoy not only the lovely scenery but the history and heritage of the area. They are some of my favourites. 

Pen y Ghent from Horton

Friday 15th May

Wednesday 3rd June

Approaching Pen y Ghent

Approaching Pen y Ghent

This is the 3rd of the Yorkshire 3 Peaks but probably has the most dramatic outline. We will climb the mountain from Horton in Ribblesdale by the normal route. However we may well continue from Pen y Ghent over Plovers Fell and down in to the remote head of Littondale before returning through some lovely scenery, past Hull Pot before returning to Horton.

£30 per person (£15 for accompanied child)

Whernside from Ribblehead.

Saturday 16th May

Thursday 4th June

Ribblehead Viaduct and Whernside

Ribblehead Viaduct and Whernside

Whernside is the highest mountain in Yorkshire, a true giant. The walk starts at the magnificent Ribblehead viaduct before deviating from the traditional route by visiting the lesser known west side of the mountain and its 3 tarns. From the summit the views are superb (weather permitting!) and we will carry on down the newly repaired Brunscar path back to Ribblehead and a pint or coffee at the Station Inn.

£30 per person (£15 for accompanied child)

Ingleborough from Clapham.

Sunday 17th May

Friday 5th June

Ingleborough summit area

Ingleborough summit area

Probably my favourite of the guided walks in the Dales the climb starts at the pretty village of Clapham. Through Clapdale, past Ingleborough Cave and dramatic Trow Gill route passes close to Gaping Gill (well worth a detour ) before climbing on to the vast plateau of Ingleborough summit. The descent starts on the track to Horton but deviates back to Clapham through some wonderful limestone pavements.

£30 per person (£15 for accompanied child)

Summer Solstice Walk (the remotest spot in England)

Sunday 21st June

Amongst the limestone rock

Amongst the limestone rock

Both the Ordnance Survey and the Yorkshire Dales National Park claim that Riggs Moor near Grassington (not that near!) is the most remote spot in England. The walk to the exact spot (not marked ) is roughly 5 miles direct but on our walk we may vary the return by taking in Great Whernside. Therefore the walk may be over 12 miles. It is why we do it on the summer solstice!

However it is through beautiful limestone scenery to start and then just well becomes remote. It feels it too.

£30 per person (£15 for accompanied child)

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