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A 120 page, full colour, guide to the mountains of the Dales.
The Guardian Review is Here
The Craven Herald review is on Here
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
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