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www.northyorks.gov.uk/walking

Visits to the Website598
Overview

'Did you know North Yorkshire has over 10,000km of public rights of way? There's something for everyone - short walks for leisure and health, day walks through beautiful landscapes, long distance challenge routes such as the Pennine Way and Coast to Coast, and off-road routes for cyclists and equestrians.'

Walks described here by
County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1007

www.curlewguidedwalking.co.uk

Visits to the Website267
Overview

'We have been providing holidays and short breaks that sample the best that the UK can offer since 1997 ... The Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks offer some of the finest walking and hiking in Great Britain. Hadrian's Wall combines centuries of history with fine Northumberland scenery. The Eden Valley is a quiet oasis little-known to all but the most discerning.'

County (Historic)
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www.ldwa.org.uk/NorthYorkshire

Visits to the Website119
Overview

'We are a friendly bunch who gather at least twice a month to tramp over the moors, dawdle in the dales or even cruise the coast from time to time. Our emphasis is on sociable walks and our enterprising walk leaders aim to cover the diversity of Yorkshire’s scenery often using little-known paths. Why not give us a try?'

County (Historic)
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www.nidderdaleaonb.org.uk/Pages/Walking.aspx

Visits to the Website369
Overview

'Covers 233 square miles (603 km2) of Northern England in the county of North Yorkshire.The AONB shares a common boundary with the Yorkshire Dales National Park immediately to the west ... We think one of the best ways to explore Nidderdale AONB is on foot. Go at your own pace, enjoy the sights and sounds and benefit from some of the most peaceful walking in the Yorkshire Dales.'

County (Historic)
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www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/visiting/enjoy-outdoors/walking

Visits to the Website579
Overview

'On foot, under your own steam, out on the trail . . . is there any better way to experience the North York Moors than heading out for a walk? We don't think so, which is why we've put together a fantastic series of downloadable walks covering every corner of the National Park.'

See also

North York Moors Gazetteer [John Rickard]

County (Historic)
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www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/visiting/enjoy-outdoors/walking/walking-festival

Visits to the Website289
Overview

'Join us over the spring bank holiday weekend for our exciting new walking festival!'

County (Historic)
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www.summiteer.co.uk

Visits to the Website219
Overview

'A gallery of webpages showing the walks and other activities enjoyed by myself, Richard Ratcliffe, Burnley, Lancs. For anyone who is not familiar with the format of this site, the intended route for viewers is through the "Recent" ... It's mostly walk reports with photos and commentary.'

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Richard Ratcliffe

County (Historic)
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www.aucu61.dsl.pipex.com

Visits to the Website256
Overview

'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. Many of the walks make use of the excellent Settle-Carlisle train service and local transport links - no car needed! For this reason I would initially recommend a visit to the Ribblehead and Three Peaks area, Moorcock Inn, Dentdale and Little White Bus [Hawes] pages.'

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John Carey

County (Historic)
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www.yorkshiredales.org.uk/visit-the-dales/get-outdoors-dales/walking

Visits to the Website427
Overview

'The Yorkshire Dales is a fabulous place to go walking whether you are looking for a gentle stroll besides one of the many rivers, or you are looking for a hike on a wild and empty moorland.'

See also

List of Yorkshire Dales [Wikipedia]

County (Historic)
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www.captaincook.org.uk/walks.php

Visits to the Website472
Overview

A selection of two dozen walks in 'real walking country that entices not only the keen walkers, but also those looking for a peaceful stroll among the hills and forests or simply a place to picnic with family and friends. From gentle rambles in green valleys to the wilder paths rising to rugged moors and cliffs'.

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'The Captain Cook Tourism Association gratefully acknowledges the support provided by Don Burlureaux in offering access to these excellent walks.'

County (Historic)
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www.northyorks.gov.uk/article/24056/Long-distance-walks

Navigate the Website>>> Centenary Way (North Yorkshire)
Visits to the Website518
Distance (miles)83
Starting fromYork Minster
Overview

'This route celebrates the 100th anniversary of North Yorkshire County Council. It runs across the Howardian Hills and Yorkshire Wolds via Castle Howard and Wharram Percy, linking York and the Foss Walk with the Yorkshire Wolds Way and Cleveland Way National Trails. Meeting the Derwent and Foss, it combines riverside walks in deep valleys with forest tracks.'

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www.nationaltrail.co.uk/cleveland-way/leaflets

Visits to the Website356
Starting fromHelmsley
Overview

'The terrain along the Trail varies, some sections are across rough terrain with steep slopes and steps, others are on good paths with gentle slopes. We have identified some of the more accessible sections and created a series of eight easy access walks for everyone to enjoy ...'

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National Trails

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www.friendsofdalesrail.org/walks.html

Visits to the Website487
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'Guided Walks from the Leeds-Settle-Carlisle, Leeds-Morecambe and other selected Railways'

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Friends of DalesRail

Locality
County (Historic)
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www.hm-walks.co.uk/walks.html

Visits to the Website255
Overview

Details of eight sample walks (6-9 miles) from the book series Her Master's Walks: 'A series of walking books covering the area of the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors National Parks ... The latest book Her Master's Walks in Teesdale provides an introduction to the beautiful and distinctive landscape of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.'

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Stephen I Robinson

County (Historic)
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www.avm-branding.com/neygt/pages/events.html

Visits to the Website362
Starting fromRobin Hood's Bay
Overview

'Fossil walks, talks and lectures, guided walks, community events (Rosedale Show, Celebration of our Community Event in Robin Hood's Bay), rock & fossil road-shows, practical conservation, our Newsletter Exposure and Geonaut events (CSI Dinosaur – Victorian Geologists – fossil walk and road-show) are all part of what we do to spread the word about the importance of geology, its fragility, its vital importance to the way we live and what we can do to understand it better and make sure it isn't overlooked.'

Locality
County (Historic)
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www.yorkshiremoors.co.uk/walks.html

Visits to the Website457
Starting fromNorth York Moors National Park
Overview

'The North York Moors may not be one of the best known national parks, but the area includes some breathtakingly beautiful scenery, including vast expanses of open moorland, dramatic sea cliffs, sudden escarpments and hidden valleys. This site is going to be my personal guide to the Yorkshire Moors, based on twenty years of walking in the national park ...'

Access to details of over fifty walks around and about the National Park.

Description from

John Rickard

County (Historic)
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democracy.northyorks.gov.uk/committees.aspx?commid=19

Visits to the Website168
Overview

Details of recent and upcoming Meetings plus of the Committee's Membership.

County (Historic)
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www.northyorks.gov.uk/article/23590/Public-rights-of-way

Visits to the Website144
Overview

Links to a range of 'rights of way' web pages: [1] Information and advice - - - : [2] definitive map and statements - - - : [3] registers - - - : [4] maintenance - - - : [5] advice for developers - - - : [6] open access land - - - : [7] notices - - - : [8] maps

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County (Historic)
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www.outofoblivion.org.uk/audio.asp

Visits to the Website267
Starting fromYorkshire Dales National Park
Overview

'We have created a series of archaeology audio trails around the Yorkshire Dales ... Our aims are to increase your enjoyment of the Yorkshire Dales and to help you understand more about the unique cultural landscape of the area created through the interactions of people and nature over thousands of years.'

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Out of Oblivion

County (Historic)
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myweb.tiscali.co.uk/yorkshirewalker/details/seahorse_saunter.htm

Visits to the Website192
Distance (miles)43
Starting fromKilburn
Overview

'From the White Horse of Kilburn on the edge of the Hambleton Hills to the top of East Cliff at Whitby overlooking the North Sea. Although the way finding is easy enough, the severity of the walk should not be underestimated as the route attains nearly 6000 feet of ascent as it climbs in and out of the steep sided glaciated dales that penetrate the moors. Account must also be taken of the changeable moorland weather and the lack of refreshments available in the first half of the walk ...'

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Moorland Challenge

Locality
County (Historic)
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www.sixdalestrail.org.uk

Visits to the Website453
Distance (miles)38
Starting fromOtley
Overview

'The Six Dales Trail project is our most extensive development springing from the Walkers Are Welcome Otley project.  The trail, which was launched in June 2010, starts in Otley, and winds across the entire length of the superb Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to end at Middleham, in Wensleydale.'

Locality
County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record782

www.skyware.co.uk/dalesrailtrails/maps.htm

Visits to the Website385
Distance (miles)48
Starting fromSettle
Overview

'Follows the line of the railway from Settle to Kirkby Stephen. As the name suggests, it takes in six peaks: Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough, Whernside, Great Knoutberry, Swarth Fell and Wild Boar Fell (in mountain-bagging parlance, all six are Nuttalls and Hewitts, and all but Swarth Fell are Marilyns).'

Description from

Skyware Press

See also

Dales Rail Trails Tony & Chris Grogan (Skyware Press, 2012)

Locality
County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record920

www.top10trails.com

Visits to the Website227
Overview

'Welcome to the Top Ten Trails website - a collection of "top" experiences for you to enjoy along the Cleveland Way and Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trails.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record583

issuu.com/welcometoyorkshire/docs/turner_booklet

Visits to the Website385
Overview

'Follow in Turner's footsteps with our self-guided walking trails, podcasts and more.'

Description from

Welcome to Yorkshire

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record917

www.dalesbus.org/Walks/BusWalks.html

Visits to the Website361
Overview

'The Yorkshire Dales National Park have produced a guide to linear walks accessible by public transport in the Yorkshire Dales ... Ideas for walks in Wensleydale have also been provided by Leyburn Walkers are Welcome.

Description from

DalesBus

See also

Dales Rail Trails Tony & Chris Grogan (Skyware Press, 2012)

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record683

www.visitpendle.com/countryside/

Navigate the Website>>> Long Walks >>> West Craven Way
Visits to the Website522
Distance (miles)24
Starting fromSalterforth
Overview

'Circular walk in two parts, ideal for a walking weekend or short break. The walk goes through some of Lancashire's and North Yorkshire's finest countyside, including Kelbrook Moor, Weets Hill, with its views over the Yorkshire Dales, and also takes in part of the Pennine way.'

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Locality
County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1415

www.yorkshiredales.org.uk/visit-the-dales/get-outdoors-dales/walking/miles-witho...

Visits to the Website277
Overview

'Everyone has the right to access to the countryside in the Yorkshire National Park. Choose from our Miles without Stiles downloadable routes perfect for wheelchairs, pushchairs and a post-pub-lunch amble. You can also buy route cards at National Park Centres. To see where the routes can be found in the National Park have a look at the interactive map.'

County (Historic)
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