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16/06/20

The Excitement of Steppingstones in the glorious Yorkshire Dales

A few weeks ago Geoff, my husband, and I did a short walk, nearly three miles, from Cover Bridge along the river bank in the direction of Middleham in Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales. The walk I’ll recount below.

 
08/05/19

The Tour de Yorkshire comes to the glorious Yorkshire Dales

Wow! What an exciting May Bank holiday weekend! The Tour de Yorkshire came through on Friday and Sunday. We were at the finish line in Bedale on Friday and then on Sunday watched them all going past in Masham.

 
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!

 
14/04/17

Middleham in Wensleydale, the Yorkshire Dales

Now famous for its racehorses, although they been based here for 300 years, Middleham has been in existence since the Roman era and the castle which dominates the town, from 1190. We’ve all heard of Richard III, he

 
11/07/16

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

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