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A 120 page, full colour, guide to the mountains of the Dales.
From the Independent
From the Guardian
From the Craven Herald
The ‘Dales 30’ are the mountains in the Yorkshire and Cumbrian Dales (defined by the new National Park Boundary) which are over 2,000 foot high with a drop of a minimum of 30 metres (98.4 ft) in each direction. They are defined as Hewitts in the Official classification of Mountains.
As well as a good challenge they also provide an excellent reason to visit many of the popular, and less popular, areas in the Dales.
For further details of the Dales 30 challenge just follow this link
– December 1, 2020
Just a quick note to say myself and my wife are loving the Dales 30… It’s crystallised vision of what was previously just a big area on a map. We are in Leeds so are slowly working through the most South Westerly peaks first… And we are loving it (staying nearby in our near finished camper conversion each time when we can afford to take the night away too). Last weekend was Buckden Pike… Really interesting peak what with the Polish war vet memorial.
Anyway, thanks again, it’s a brilliant book and has already brought us much joy.
Sam and Naomi
EDWINA RICKARDS COLLINSON
– October 2, 2020
What a fabulous book this is….leave no page unturned! I was given it as a Birthday present and a challenge from a dear friend who I have now completed 29 of the 30 (dales) with, together with my standard Poodle, who has enjoyed it as much as we did, and even helped with the navigation on a few occasions! The walks are so well presented and make you just want to get your boots on and get up those Mountains….one of the most amazing things has been on so many of the walks we never saw another soul, there are some serious hidden gems in the book.
Jonathan Smith is a natural on a Mountain, and it shines through on every page with helpful hints and descriptions. He has done a fantastic job with this book, its well worth buying if you are a hill walker who wants to explore new ground and also a great present to be given to a keen walker. I was very lucky to be given it.
I did not loose a boot like Jonathan on Yockenthwaite Moor…I disappeared into a hole up to my shoulders…but no damage was done and it was good to get one up on the Author!
We will be very sad to do our last Mountain but also thrilled we saw our way through the whole book, as it really has been a very memorable experience. We just need another book now Mr Smith!
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