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Hamilton’s Tea Room in Aysgarth

Have you ever called at Hamilton’s Tea Room in Aysgarth? If you have you’ll how good the fare is there. Cakes and scones all home made by Sandra and obligingly…


Stunning linear walk from Askrigg to West Burton

The weatherman had promised good weather, there was one last survey of bees in the SSSI field in Askrigg (carried out for just six weeks of the year whilst the…


Circular Walk of About Four and A Half Miles From Middleham

Like most villages in the Yorkshire Dales, Middleham in Wensleydale has footpaths galore to explore and you can make as many permutations as you wish. This walk is no exception,…


Magnificent Views along The Shawl From Leyburn

I know we’ve walked along The Shawl many times but on a clear day it takes some beating. Literally a few yards from Leyburn Market Place and you have a…


Masham Swifts

Did you know that there are over 90 swift nest boxes located in Masham, many will be at private houses but some you will be able to spot as you…


Easy Short Walk From Askrigg and back

Perhaps you don’t feel like walking especially far today so don’t beat yourself up, just do a short walk. A short walk is better than no walk and especially if…


Ripon Cathedral in The City of Ripon

Ripon Cathedral has stood on this same sight since the mid seventh century. In 672AD St Wilfrid, then abbot of the monastery at Ripon, took the bold step of building…


A lovely Circular Walk from Leyburn

There are quite a few walks from Leyburn, along The Shawl, across to Middleham or Spennithorne and Harmby all in the glorious Yorkshire Dales and all the combinations you can…


A Circular Walk From West Witton

Our little group of walkers are thinking that perhaps we should do one of the National Peaks again ‘Before we get too old?’ was a response but there it is,…


The Many Hamlets of Coverdale

Coverdale in the Yorkshire Dales is a lovely dale, long, narrow with the River Cover running its length with the source of the river bubbling up high on the moor…

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