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29/04/22

The Queens Platinum Jubilee Celebrations in Masham 2 until 5 June 2022

If you are here in the glorious Yorkshire Dales over the weekend of the Queens Platinum Jubilee Celebrations be sure to visit Masham! Their programme of events is outstanding, starting…

 
25/04/22

Knaresborough in between Ripon and Harrogate on the edge of Nidderdale

If you plan to have a day in Knareborough you’re sure to have a lovely yet interesting time. Knaresborough is found in between Harrogate and Ripon next to the River…

 
14/04/22

The Dawn Chorus!

Did you know that there is a Dawn Chorus Day? I had no idea and this year it’s on Sunday 1 May 2022. The dawn chorus is always the male…

 
19/01/22

An easy going circular walk from West Tanfield near Ripon

An easy going walk, no steep hills, a bit of road work along quiet lanes with very little traffic, a couple of pretty villages, duck ponds, woods, long views to…

 
31/10/21

Masham, past the Marfield Wetlands, Fearby, Six Dales Trail and back to Masham

On a truly beautiful October morning a little group of us set off to do a circular walk from Masham. Easy going walking, about eight miles, and the enticement of…

 
05/10/21

Masham Sheep Fair 2021!

I’m sorry to say by the time we managed to wander up into Masham Market Place on Saturday 25 September to visit Masham Sheep Fair most of the fun had…

 
08/09/21

Find your way around with OS Maps on foot, cycling, riding….

For a while now I’ve felt I should be talking about OS Maps for digital devices. I’m sure quite a few of you will have already experienced this invaluable tool…

 
25/08/21

Upland calcareous grassland in the Yorkshire Dales?

You’ll have to bear with me for this one, and there again you may be interested, but as you’ve been walking the hills in the Yorkshire Dales have you noticed…

 
26/01/21

One Day by Donna Ashworth, a beautiful poem of hope

A lovely friend of mine sent this poem to me and felt I needed to share with you, do hope you enjoy. The poem is written by Donna Ashworth and the image, One Day, is by the wonderful Charlie Mackesy, author of ‘The boy, the mole, the fox and the horse’

 
13/10/20

Circular walk from Swinton Bivouac near Masham to Leighton and Roundhill Reservoirs and back via Ilton in the Nidderdale AONB

Nidderdale AONB was our destination and our route began just over four miles from Masham. On a good autumn morning we parked and set off on our walk from Swinton Bivouac, along to Leighton and Roundhill Reservoirs, up on to the moor and back down to Ilton and returning to the bivouac for lunch.

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