Category: Walking in the Dales


Walking from Askrigg in Wensleydale in a circular manner!

What a beautiful, clear autumn day to walk from Askrigg, mid Wensleydale with our walking group, in the glorious Yorkshire Dales, a comfortable walk of about four and a half miles and mostly easy terraine.


Carperby to Aysgarth Falls in the glorious Yorkshire Dales

The weather may have been a bit inclement last Tuesday but our walking group still had a most enjoyable walk from Carperby through the fields to Aysgarth Falls in the glorious Yorkshire Dales.


Walking in Bishopdale in the glorious Yorkshire Dales

Today, August Bank Holiday Monday, you couldn't wish for a more perfect day in the wondrous Yorkshire Dales. We decided to walk from West Burton to Thoralby, along Goose Lane, turn right and walk along Spickles Lane (as


Walk setting off from Cover Bridge near Middleham in the glorious Yorkshire Dales

Yet another wonderful walk today, setting off from Cover Bridge, (loads of parking in the car park here) in between East Witton and Middleham, in the glorious Yorkshire Dales, along to Middleham by the River Cover and


Walking from Carlton in Coverdale in the glorious Yorkshire Dales

Wonderful walk in Coverdale yesterday, glorious views, not too many hills, river walks, lots of stiles, wild flowers............ Park in Carlton Village Hall car park, turn right and then turn right down Quaker Lane,


High skies in Bardale, a little dale from Raydale in the glorious Yorkshire Dales

Wonderful walk from Marsett, in Raydale in the glorious Yorkshire Dales, into Bardale. Park by the bridge and follow the sign into Bardale and round in a circle. Lots of wild flowers to gaze at, a little beck to follow


Wensleydale in all it’s glory in the wondrous Yorkshire Dales

Walking in Wensleydale, in the glorious Yorkshire Dales, yesterday, just has to be my absolute favourite dale. Set off from Carperby heading for Woodhall and back on a different level. Just so stunningly beautiful, quite


Walking from Thornton Rust to Addlebrough in Wensleydale in the glorious Yorkshire Dales

Park in Thornton Rust car park, the little road opposite the village hall, and set off up the track to the left and round a big circle, just stunning. The views are quite breathtaking, down to the North York Moors,


Walden dale a pretty dale looking down to Wensleydale

Walden dale, with West Burton village at the bottom, swept clean of deciduous leaves after the recent winds, beautiful none the less, just breathtaking!


The Glorious Yorkshire Dales!

There's no getting away from it the Yorkshire Dales are truly glorious! Footpaths to explore, still finding some we haven't walked after forty years! Waterfalls seemingly everywhere; pretty villages; small interesting

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