In the mid 1980s my late cousin Linda, who lived at Foster’s Leap farm, was working as a barmaid at the nearby Herders’ Inn above the ancient hamlet of Wycoller. It was a wild, December night and outside there...
Distance: 11.4km (4 miles) Time: 2 hours Accessibility: A half day walk on the southern fringe of the Yorkshire Dales National Park near Skipton. The route includes a gradual ascent of Flasby Fell before return across its southern slopes.
Click here to view the walk (PDF) Distance: 25 miles Time: 10 to 12 hours. Description: The famous challenge walk in the Yorkshire Dales taking in the three summits of Pen-y-Gent, Whernside and Ingleborough. Accessibility: The walk is approximately 23 miles in length...
Click here to view the walk (PDF) Distance: 6km (4 miles) Time: a minimum of 1 1/2 hours Accessibility: a strenuous walk with a long steep climb to start, parts of the route are rocky and can get muddy and slippy. Click here...
St John Ambulance, the nation’s leading first aid charity, has teamed up with Craven and Valley Life to bring you some simple, but life-saving, first aid tips... An important part of administering first aid is safety for the first aider...
Steeped in local history but thriving in the present, the village of Cullingworth sits just a couple of miles from the tourist magnet village of Haworth. With a population of around 3,000, Cullingworth clings to a steep valley slope above...
The walk takes in Lothersdale, Pinhaw Beacon, Thornton-in-Craven, a stretch of the Leeds Liverpool Canal and Earby. It is an easy walk through pleasant countryside with a spell of moderate ascent out of Earby. Start at Lothersdale, walk down towards...
 Click here to view the walk (PDF) Distance: 7.5km (4.5 miles) Time: a minimum of 2 hours Accessibility: a moderate walk with a significant climb up into Grass Wood. The riverside path can get wet muddy underfoot. The path through Grass Wood...
Unlike many northern towns and villages, you won’t find any mention of Saltaire in the Domesday Book. It simply didn’t exist until the mid-19th century. Titus Salt – later Sir Titus – simply added the name of the river Aire...
Click here to download and print the High Bentham Walk (PDF) Distance: 8.5km (5 miles) Time: 3 hours Accessibility: Roads, tracks, fields, Stiles, gates, cattle grids. Some muddy slopes and boggy areas. Click here to download and print the High Bentham Walk (PDF)

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