3 miles (4.8km) Circular walk A walk suitable for the casual walker, along country lanes, field and woodland paths. This walk is not suitable for the less mobile, wheelchair users and children in pushchairs. Sensible footwear, wind and waterproof clothing...
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...
Distance: 2 miles Time: 1 hour In June 1900, a journalist wrote in the Craven Herald: “The people of Silsden are fortunate in having almost unlimited facilities for taking pedestrian exercise amidst country scenes captivating in their charming picturesqueness.” Our use of...
Click here to view details of the walk A circular 76 mile walk starting and ending in Grassington. Discover for yourself the rich and varied landscape of the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors. Inspirational landscapes, beautiful villages, local food and...
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...
Buckden Cray Hubberholme Circuit Distance: 7km (4 miles) Time: a minimum of 1 1/2 hours Ascent/descent: strenuous climb at the start Accessibility: the steep climb out of Buckden is rough and rocky in places. The riverside path can get muddy in places. Buckden Cray...
Click here to view the walk (PDF) Distance: 7.25km (4.5 miles). Time: a minimum of 2 hours Accessibility: a very challenging walk with a steep climb to begin and a rocky descent into Starbotton. The valley bottom path back to Kettlewell can...
 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...
Click here to view the walk Distance: 6.3km (3.9 miles) Time: a minimum of 1 1/2 hours Accessibility: the valley bottom path can be boggy when wet. Some sections are rough with rocky outcrops and tree roots. The limestone pavement at Malham...
Distance: 3 miles Time: 2 hours This route takes you to the lower slopes of Weets, giving panoramic views over Barnoldswick. 1. From the Gisburn Road post box, walk towards town, turning first right at Harper Street to the modern houses on...

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