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Day Walks in the Yorkshire Dales

Day Walks in the Yorkshire Dales

by: Bernard Newman
This excellent guide features 20 circular routes of between 6 and 11 miles in length suitable for hill walkers of all abilities. The routes are split into three geographical areas, south, east and north, and include walks to the Dales' most regarded beauty spots, such as Malham Cove, Gordale Scar, Brimham Rocks and Hardraw Force, as well as the sought-after peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside.

This guide is a visual delight with lots of stunning colour photography throughout and OS Explorer 1:25,000 mapping of all the routes. Each walk chapter begins with an introduction to the walk, describing its features and places of interest. Distance and navigation information, starting grid reference and refreshment stops are provided. This is followed by a detailed route finding section with numbered paragraphs linked to numbers on the OS route maps.

The walk locations are:
Malham Cove and Gordale Scar - 7 miles
Pen-y-ghent and Plover Hill - 10.6 miles
Norber Erratics and Crummock Dale from Clapham - 8 miles
Ingleborough via Gaping Gill - 8.1 miles
Ingleborough from Ribblehead - 8 miles
Whernside - 7.25 miles
Great Coum - 6.9 miles
Buckden Pike - 6.6 miles
Great Whernside - 7.8 miles
Rylstone - 6 miles
Simon's Seat and The Strid - 7.5 miles
Ilkley Moor - 9.4 miles
Upper Nidderdale and Scar House Reservoir - 10 miles
Brimham Rocks from Pateley Bridge - 9.5 miles
Height of Hazely from West Burton - 7 miles
Raydale and Semer Water - 7.8 miles
Hardraw Force and Abbotside Common - 6.5 miles
Gunnerside Gill Lead Mines via Black Hill - 7.5 miles
Wild Boar Fell - 9.4 miles
Howgills, Cautley Spout and The Calf - 6.3 miles

ISBN 9781906148225 Pages 125 (2010) 120mm x 175mm

Price: 12.95