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Dales Rail Trails

Dales Rail Trails

by: Tony and Chris Grogan
Explore the glorious high country of the Yorkshire Dales - by Train! This great guidebook describes 32 walks from stations along the world famous Settle to Carlisle line, the most beautiful railway in England.
Full colour maps at a scale of 1:25,000 with concise descriptions of the routes are included plus details of places of interest along the way and plenty of colour illustrations. The routes are graded and distance, estimated time and ascent are all provided at the start of each walk description. Eighteen of the walks are circular routes from locations along the line and are between 6 and 13 miles long. The other fourteen walks are linear link walks between stations along the line, so you can walk to your destination and return by train.
What better way to enjoy a holiday than to base yourself at a village on the line and use the train to explore the stunning western Dales? Or reach to the heart of this fabulous walking country from Leeds or Carlisle in little over an hour. So let the train take the strain while you enjoy the walk.
The circular walks are: Attermire Scar, Catrigg Force and the Hoffmann Kiln; Feizor and Giggleswick Scar; Austwick and the Norber Erratics; Gaping Gill and Ingleborough; Helwith Bridge and the Ribblesdale Quarries; Moughton and Crummackdale; Pen-y-ghent; Thorns Gill, God's Bridge and Selside; Whernside; Ingleborough and Park Fell; Ribblesdale and a Bridge to Far Moor; Great Knoutberry and Wold Fell; Garsdale and Dentdale; Cotterdale and Yoredale; Hellgill Force and the High Way; Pendragon; Kirkby Stephen and the Viaducts; Smardale.
ISBN 9780955998737 pages 81 (2012) 148mm x 210mm

Price: 8.99