Walks in the yorkshire dales a fantastic high level horseshoe walk from the poplular town of hawes in wensleydale scar house reservoir little whernside dead mans hill and great haw 104 a tough moorland walk for determined walkers as there are sections of off route on tough ground. All the walks are based on well known towns and villages mainly within the most popular and best loved dales since the level walker proceeds at a more leisurely pace taking photographs and admiring the fine scenery places of refreshments and picnic areas are mentioned where appropriate. A list of short walks grouped 0 2 miles 3 5 miles and 6 10 miles low level route mostly valleys location ribblesdale walk sedbergh to stone hall grimwith reservoir is one of the best places to see wildfowl in the yorkshire dales so take along your binoculars and you might see wigeon teal greylag and canada geese on the water . Walking in the yorkshire dales the yorkshire dales provide one of the best walking areas in the country covering a wide variety of scenery and some isolated locations many of which can be accessed by public transport. Stories from the yorkshire dales national park skip to content only in the dales stories and happenings from the yorkshire dales national park led by ydnpa dales volunteers this ydnpa level 4 walk includes some steep gradients stiles and uneven ground please wear outdoor clothing appropriate for the weather walking boots recommended
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