The Dales Way
The Dales Way is an 84 mile long distance footpath which leads from Ilkley* along Wharfedale and through the beautiful Yorkshire Dales to Bowness on Windermere, in the English Lake District.
Attractions taken in "en route" include the famed riverside beauty spots of Bolton Abbey and Burnsall in Lower Wharfedale, the upper reaches of Langstrothdale, and the moors above Ribblehead (on the famous Settle - Carlisle Railway Line) as well as Dentdale, Sedbergh and the Howgill Fells.
* = There is also a connecting extension to the Dales Way which starts from Saltaire and leads over Ilkley Moor to the main starting point at Ilkley.
Other Dales Way related websites:
- The Dales Way (official site)
- The Dales Way (from The Walking Englishman)
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