Walking and Rambling in the Yorkshire Dales

Walking in the Yorkshire Dales Walking in the Yorkshire Dales

With its varied terrain, paths and bridleways there are plenty of opportunities for walking and rambling in the Yorkshire Dales.

Long distance footpaths which pass through the dales include the Pennine Way, the Dales Way and Wainwright's popular Coast to Coast Walk.

Shorter walks include the famous waterfalls walk at Ingleton and the woodland stroll along the River Wharfe from Bolton Abbey to the Strid in Lower Wharfedale.

Other popular routes include walks from Malham to Malham Cove, Gordale Scar and around Malham Tarn respectively, and the walk from Clapham along Clapdale to Ingleborough Cave and Trow Gill on the western flanks of Ingleborough

More challenging excursions in the Yorkshire Dales include ascents of the area's famous "Three Peaks" of Whernside, Ingleborough and Penyghent. For suitably experienced ramblers these can all be tackled separately - or even in "one go" as a gruelling Three Peaks walk.

Yorkshire Dales walking and rambling websites

The following (external) walking books and walking related websites may also be of interest:

For information about Julia Bradbury's walks and walking in Britain please visit the Outdoor Guide website.

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