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Walks Around the Three Peaks

Walks Around the Three Peaks

by: Colin Speakman
Yorkshire's celebrated Three Peaks offer some of the most spectacular mountain walking in the north of England. Ingleborough, Whernside and Penyghent are rightly regarded as icons of the Yorkshire Dales and have attracted generations of walkers. The routes to the summits are well known, well worn and over six miles. So the walks in this book focus on slightly less familiar but equally rewarding ways in what is still truly Three Peaks country. These walks will give you unusual, often dramatic views of the Peaks from different angles.
The guide includes ten walks chosen by a local expert to help you get the most from your visit to this beautiful region. All the walks are six miles or less, start and finish at the same place and stay below 1,500 feet and are therefore suitable for most walkers. Each walk is fully described with an easy-to-follow map and points of interest along the way are highlighted.
The walk locations are: Cleatop Wood from Settle; Giggleswick Scar from Settle; Victoria Cave from Settle; Stainforth Force; Helwith Bridge from Horton-in-Ribblesdale; Crummackdale from Auswick; The Norber Erratics from Clapham; Clapdale and Trow Gill; Storrs Common from Ingleton; Ribblehead Viaduct.
ISBN 9781855682610 pages 32 (2009) 120mm x 185mm

Price: 2.99