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'A festival of walks, talks and music along the fabulous Settle-Carlisle railway line.'


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'The footpath walks around Bentham, all on recognised routes and rights of way, range over a variety of terrains – riverside banks, undulating pastures, flowery meadows, and wind-swept moors, and p ...
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'Visitors to Bolton Abbey have been welcomed here since the foundation of Bolton Priory in 1154. In 1810 the Rev. William Carr and the 6th Duke of Devonshire opened Strid Wood to the public. Togeth ...
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'To fully enjoy the Yorkshire Dales and in particular to appreciate the variety and character of the individual dales takes time. However in a week this can be comfortably achieved on foot. I have ...
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'As well as the fell tops and moors, there are extensive opportunities for shorter and less challenging routes in the valleys, most especially riverside walks which abound in the area ...

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'The trail is open seven days a week, throughout the year (closed Christmas Day) and opens at 9.00 a.m.' There is an Admission Charge: 'Please note the ticket office is unable to accept cr ...
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Brief descriptions of: [1] Dowber Gill and Hag Dyke (4 miles) - - - : [2] Great Whernside (7.7 miles) - - - : [3] Kettlewell - Arncliffe - Hawkswick (6.2 miles) PLUS 'A Walk Around Kettlewell' itse ...
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'The route was inspired by Lady Anne Clifford, that great lady who owned vast estates in the old county of Westmorland during the 17th.c. Lady Anne travelled repeatedly between her castles ...
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'Gargrave was an important industrial centre: not only does the canal pass through but also the North Western Railway and the Keighley and Kendal turnpike (now the A65), which enabled the town to t ...
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'On 24th September 1938 Alfred Wainwright, then a clerk in the Treasurer’s Department at Blackburn Town Hall, left Settle railway station on an expedition that he had been planning for som ...
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The route goes 'northward from Settle, soon enjoying great views of the Three Peaks as it progresses through the Yorkshire Dales National Park, past the Ribblehead Viaduct and over Blea Moor tunnel ...
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'This is a challenging route, with a total ascent of 3046 m involved, so good clear weather is essential. Settle and Kirkby Stephen both make great bases for such a long distance walk, with Settle ...
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'The Malhamdale Brochure has details of five Walks: [1] Malham Landscape Spectacular (4.5 miles) - - - : [2] Malham Cove, Dry Valley, Malham Tarn and Pikedaw (7.6 miles) - - - : [3] Janets ...
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'Please note this walk is not easy. The average walking distance is over 16 miles per day and there are lots of days when hills have to be climbed. Day two is particularly challenging as b ...
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'You can complete theYorkshire Three Peaks Challenge either as part of an organised event, or as a self organised group. We have six organised dates available each year, and we can also ar ...
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