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Walks in Dales Country - Yorkshire Dales - England - a Cicerone guidebook

Cover of Walks in Dales Country
13 Mar 2009
17.2 x 14.6 x 1.5cm
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1st Published
1 Jul 2002
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Walks in Dales Country

An illustrated guide to 30 scenic walks

by Jack Keighley
Book published by Cicerone Press

A guidebook to 30 hand drawn family walks throughout the Yorkshire Dales. The 30 circular walks take in well-known spots such as Malham and Ingleborough. Routes take between a half to a full day. Also less-frequented, almost secret routes. Graded from easy to strenuous.

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These 30 circular walks range from 4½ to 8½ miles, and explore the idyllic Yorkshire Dales countryside both within and beyond the National Park. They have been selected to appeal to all tastes, and vary from simple valley strolls (ideal as family half-day rambles) to strenuous fell expeditions. Each walk has its own individual character and charm, and collectively they incorporate every type of landscape to be found in the Dales.

The book is hand-written and profusely illustrated in Jack Keighley's highly distinctive style. Each chapter contains:

  • parking information
  • meticulously detailed map
  • concise route directions
  • general description of the terrain
  • notes on features of interest.

  • Seasons
    All year round.
  • Centres
    Sedbergh, Kirkby Lonsdale, Hawes, Aysgarth, Grassington, Leyburn, Pateley Bridge, Skipton, Ripon.
  • Difficulty
    Mainly easy walks of half to full days. Includes high dales country such as ascending Ingleborough, which is more strenuous.
  • Must See
    Almost too many to mention...Dent and Gawthorp, The Monk’s Road from Arncliffe, Maiden Castle, Jervaulx Abbey, Little Whernside, Ingleborough.
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About this Book
Walking in the Dales
The Walks
Road Map of the area showing the Starting Points

The Walks
  1. The Splendours of Malham
  2. Upper Arkengarthdale
  3. Blubberhouses
  4. Drumaldrace
  5. Marble Steps Pot
  6. Azerley Park
  7. Dent and Gawthrop
  8. Swinner Gill and Kisdon
  9. The Monk’s Road
  10. Lead Mines of Nidderdale
  11. Maiden Castle
  12. Lower Bishopdale
  13. The XII Apostles
  14. Jervaulx Abbey and East Witton
  15. The Heart of Wharfedale
  16. The Ascent of Little Whernside
  17. Hell Gill
  18. Pinhaw Beacon
  19. Majestic Ingleborough
  20. A Circuit of Thruscross Reservoir
  21. Three Craven Villages
  22. Fountains Abbey and Sawley
  23. Semerwater and the Roman Road
  24. Hare Head and Bolton Priory
  25. Coverdale
  26. John O’Gaunt’s Castle
  27. Barbondale
  28. Airton and Bell Busk
  29. Redmire Force and the Templars’ Chapel
  30. Horse Head
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