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Harrogate

[1] Nature reserves, woodlands and tree management - - - : [2] Major parks, gardens and open spaces - - - : [3] Parks maintenance


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The Club 'tries to cater for all walking preferences in twice yearly programmes with a wide variety of events: [1] Sunday walks (all year round) - - - : [2] Tuesday evening walks (summer only) - - ...
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'Running the length of RHS Garden Harlow Carr is one of the longest streamside gardens in the country: The Streamside is the jewel of the garden.'


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'The complete circuit is divided into 25 separate day circular walks.'


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'The whole circuit or "long route" is 17.5 miles long and it is advised to allow eight to nine hours to complete it but you could take much longer if you take time to enjoy the vistas and places of ...
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'There are lots of information boards at the mines to read about the history of lead mining in the area. After the history lesson on mining our walk returns to Pateley Bridge via Ashfold Side. It i ...
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'Great Ouseburn is mentioned in the Domesday Book and it’s near here the Ouse Gill Beck rises and, where it joins the Ure nearby, forms the River Ouse. In 1840 around 30 retail establishme ...
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'The trail was created as part of a community project to celebrate the designation of Nidderdale as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The mosaics were made in 1997 by "The Crackpots" ...
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'We are currently exploring the idea of expanding Open Country into other areas and are in the process of collating questionnaire responses from the West Yorkshire area. If you wou ...
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'The Harrogate Dalesway is a long established, linear route from Harrogate to Bolton Abbey forming a link to the 80 mile-long Dales Way, long distance path, to Bowness on Winderme ...
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'We started the walk from next to a Ringway sign, just near the junction of Jennyfield Drive and Grantley Drive. Whilst hardly the most scenic spot on the route it is worth noting that when the Rin ...
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'... The woodland walking continued to be brilliant. Spring sunshine glistened through the high canopy making the walk through the wood ever contrasting. Purple Orchids were generously interspersed ...
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'With its own unique waymarker, the walk offers some challenging climbs with rewarding views, especially a breathtaking panorama from Middlesmoor Church. Highlights include Brimham Rocks, How Stean ...
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Walking Britain describes the Walk in five Legs: Walk 2403 - Ripon Rowel Walk Leg 1 – Ripon to South Stainley; Walk 2404 - Ripon Rowel Walk Leg 2 – South ...
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'As part of the Liberty of St Wilfred in 937 A.D., King Athelstan granted the right of sanctuary overnight for anyone, as long as they were within the eight markers. The Rotary Club installed repli ...
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'The Swale Way was originally conceived by John Brock of the Ramblers Association in 1995 and the pen and ink drawings reproduced in the route descriptions are from original artwo ...
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