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Category: Walking in the Dales

 
08/02/18

Walk from Coverbridge Inn near Middleham, lower Wensleydale

Who knows how far we walked, some said seven miles, some six miles so we’ll call it six and half miles, all flat going, and really very, very pleasant. Lovely views to enjoy and walking on the sunny side of the dale!

 
31/01/18

Berry’s to Berry’s and Lunch!

You’re on holiday and maybe you feel like just having a shortish walk, with some wonderful views, a bit of a hill to make you think it’s going to do you some good, which it most definitely will, a ‘cuppa’ to start and lunch awaiting at the end.

 
24/12/17

Four Villages Walk from West Burton in the glorious Yorkshire Dales

Well, I hate to say it, but I’ve never done this before, been on these footpaths and through these villages many, many times but never all in one walk! Set off from West Burton, you can park at the waterfall area or park on the road by the green.

 
04/12/17

Circular Walk from West Witton in Wensleydale

What a lovely walk the other day, easy going, panoramic views, river side walking, wildlife, seemed to have everything going for it. Start from West Witton in Wensleydale, we parked in the large layby on the east side of the village by the A684.

 
31/05/17

Circular walk from Leyburn with great views and an unusual find near Harmby in Wensleydale

New footpaths to walk and new sights for us to find whilst walking on this wonderful day in the Yorkshire Dales. Setting off from Leyburn walk in the direction of Bellerby and take the narrow, steep public footpath

 
03/04/17

Walking in Wensleydale, Leyburn to Harmby and back

It never ceases to amaze how many footpaths there are that I still haven’t walked in the glorious Yorkshire Dales and even just in Wensleydale, our last walking group walk was definitely no exception! We set off from

 
22/03/17

Exciting things happening in Leyburn for 2017

Dates for your dairy! Annual events in Leyburn, don’t miss, book your holiday with us and experience to the full.

 
25/02/17

Walking along Eastfield Lane from West Burton to Thoralby

A wonderful February day, too good to miss not walking out. An easy walk, just for an hour, setting off from West Burton to Eshington Bridge and along Eastfield Lane, known locally as Spickles Lane, to come out at

 
25/01/17

Circular walk Hardrow to Appersett Viaduct and back in Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales January 2017

Last Tuesday saw the first walk of the year with our walking group and what a lovely walk, from Hardrow, in upper Wensleydale, to Appersett Viaduct and back in large circle. Keeping to the lowlands, no steep hills to

 
30/12/16

Winter sun in the Yorkshire Dales

What a wonderful day yesterday to be walking the hills in the Yorkshire Dales. Living in West Burton one of my favourite walks, hopefully before breakfast and before starting the day, is to walk into Walden. Follow the

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