05/04/21

Lady Hill in Wensleydale in the glorious Yorkshire Dales

Lady Hill in Wensleydale is a prominent landmark as you travel from Aysgarth to Hawes on the A684. Originally a rabbit warren called Woodhall Warren, it was established in the 18th Century to breed silver haired rabbits for food and their much prized fur.…

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02/04/21

Wensley to Harmby, through Leyburn, along The Shawl and back to Wensley!

What an unexpectedly beautiful day we chose to go walking, the last day in March, how lucky we were! We decided to meet at Wensley, park on the newly surfaced layby, and set off in an easterly direction.…

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24/03/21

Thupton Gill in south Walden to Fleensop in Coverdale and back into Walden in the Yorkshire Dales

A bit of a surprise walk the other day! Our son Paul text me to ask if I would like to join him on a walk, I’d already been out in the morning but I couldn’t let him down could I? He said it was seven and a half miles and an hour later we were setting off…

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20/10/20

Circular walk from Leyburn to Cover Bridge on to Middleham and back all in beautiful Wensleydale

Having walked these following footpaths many times but never in the order or at the same time it turned out to be a really super walk. No steep climbs, river side footpaths, time to explore if you wish and about eight miles or more…

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29/09/20

Circular walk from Buckden on to Yockenthwaite to Cray and back to Buckden in Wharfedale

On an absolutely perfect autumn day we set off from Buckden to walk to Yockenthwaite over to Cray and back down to Buckden. About seven miles, couple of short steep climbs but otherwise quite easy going with terrific views for most of the way.…

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13/08/20

Pinker's Pond, Hullo Bridge over the River Cover and Middleham all in Coverdale in the glorious Yorkshire Dales!

Last Saturday brought beautiful weather and we decided how nice it would be to meet at Pinker’s Pond, have a picnic by the tarn and then enjoy a walk into Coverdale. Our walk was just four miles long and no tricky hills.…

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