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12/05/24

The Swaledale Festival 2024

We are so looking forward to the Swaledale Festival this year which starts on 25 May until 8 June 2024 and held in various venues in Wensleydale and Swaledale in…

 
29/09/22

A low level circular walk from Reeth to Healaugh in Swaledale

On a calm morning in early autumn we set off from Reeth in Swaledale to walk about five or six miles along Arkle Beck to Healaugh and back by the…

 
01/07/22

Circular Walk from Marske in Swaledale

Again we set off on a beautiful clear day for a new adventure from Marske in Swaledale. Marske is a tiny village perched in amongst the trees with a church…

 
10/03/22

A lovely moorland walk above Redmire in Wensleydale and over into Swaledale

This is a walk of three hundred and sixty degree skies on top of the world in between Wensleydale and Swaledale walking round Gibbon Hill. For most of the way…

 
13/02/22

The 50th Anniversary of the Swaledale Festival 28 May until 11 June 2022

This year is the 50th anniversary of the wonderful Swaledale Festival, how time flies when you’re enjoying yourselves! An amazing programme of music, walks, films, workshops, talks, a fun day,…

 
04/02/22

12 mile circular walk from Reeth to Surrender Bridge and past the Old Gang Smelting Mills in Swaledale

On an atmospheric day with low shifting clouds, pink from the sun just breaking through, we set off from Reeth to walk about twelve miles in Swaledale and briefly into…

 
24/11/21

A circular walk after a good dry spell from Reeth in Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales

We felt it was time to plan a walk in Swaledale not having been for quite a few months. From Reeth seemed to be the easiest and so on a…

 
17/11/21

The lovely village of Reeth in Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales

Reeth must be one of the largest villages in the Yorkshire Dales, but this was not always so as Grinton was originally the most important settlement in upper Swaledale having…

 
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…

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