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12/12/22

Doggie Holidays in The Glorious Yorkshire dales

Does your dog enjoy going on holiday with you? If so, did you know that quite a few of our cottages welcome a dog with most accepting two? Nothing could…

 
26/01/22

Delightful walk to Sweet William above Carperby in Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales

On a crisp winter’s day we set off to walk to Greenhaw Hut, a shooting box, just above Carperby in Wensleydale. Greenhaw Hut, as marked on the map, is known…

 
24/12/21

A Stunning Circular Walk from Aysgarth in Wensleydale, about 5 miles

On a beautiful, crisp winter, clear blue sky day, perfect for walking, our little group set off from Aysgarth in Wensleydale to walk to Gayle Ing way above Thornton Rust.…

 
19/09/21

Lovely circular walk from Appersett, above Hawes in Wensleydale, into Cotterdale

A lovely circular walk from Appersett, above Hawes in Wensleydale, into Cotterdale, walking a short distance on the Pennine Way. About seven miles with one quite steep climb which has…

 
18/08/21

Beautiful walk in Raydale, off Wensleydale, in a circular manner, round Semer Water

On a bit of an inclement morning we decided to do a circular walk around Semer Water. Semer Water is in the pretty little dale of Raydale above Bainbridge in…

 
29/07/21

The Three Inch Fools at Constable Burton Hall in Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales

If you enjoy Shakespeare you’ll very much enjoy watching the Three Inch Fools, in fact I defy you not to anyway! The Three Inch Fools, a small touring company,  have…

 
28/07/21

Walking in the Wensleydale from Bainbridge on to Worton and Askrigg and back

On another lovely morning in Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales, promising to be hot later, we set off from Bainbridge for about an eight mile walk. A couple of climbs…

 
21/07/21

West Witton to West Witton in Wensleydale, the Yorkshire Dales, in a circular manner

On a warm humid morning we set off from West Witton for a low level walk in Wensleydale, a perfect route for the day. Through fields of long wet grass,…

 
30/06/21

Baler Twine? How many uses? See how many you can find in the glorious Yorkshire Dales!

Perhaps it’s a little strange for a topic for a blog but I’ve had baler twine on my mind for a few days. Ever since I came to the Yorkshire…

 
09/06/21

PL@NTNET TO HELP YOU IDENTIFY ALL THE WONDERFUL PLANTS AND WILD FLOWERS HERE IN THE YORKSHIRE DALES

I’m really quite excited at the moment and have even more reason to go out walking and wandering the glorious Yorkshire Dales. Having been chatting to a friend about all…

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