07/10/19

Our visit to Brymor in the school holidays by Millie, daughter and grand daughter

During the school holidays we thought it would be nice to go to Brymor Ice Cream Parlour with some friends. I walked in and looked at the menu board. There was a massive amount of choices making it almost impossible to decide which one I wanted.…

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10/09/19

Cover Bridge, East Witton, Low Ellingstring, Jervaulx Abbey in a circular manner!

This was a walk made of a few walks already done but put together in a different way and was just lovely. About eleven miles but after the first pull up hill all easy going. As always please do check the route on your map before you set off and wear appropriate clothing and footwear not forgetting to take plenty to drink and snacks if not taking a picnic.…

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30/08/19

A Brilliant Idea from Walking-Books.com for Walking in the Glorious Yorkshire Dales!

I was talking to Mike from Walking-Books.com who is passionate about the books they produce and feels they have found the solution to walking comfortably without having to take a whole book with you. Please read further to find out what he has to say and for information about this terrific idea.…

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19/08/19

Walking from West Burton in Wensleydale in a circular manner, a short walk of about 4 miles

I suppose I have done this walk so many times I’ve never thought to relay it here but doing the route the other day felt it was just too good for anyone to miss. Easy going apart from a couple short ascents, lovely views so take your camera, along with your map of course if you’re not sure of the route.…

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24/07/19

Whernside, the highest of the Three Peaks, by the Ribblehead Viaduct

Our little walking group thought it was time to walk Whernside again, we’ve been trying for a few weeks now but happenings in life haven’t allowed us, we’d also read that a new path had been laid on the west side and were interested to try it out. Friday was our day and so off we went to Ribblehead.…

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22/06/19

Carperby in Wensleydale in the glorious Yorkshire Dales

Carperby is a pretty, linear village, stretching over half a mile, with a mix of traditional terraced and detached houses intermittently embracing the minor road as it passes between Askrigg and Redmire.…

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