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Walking in the Yorkshire Dales: North and East: Howgills, Mallerstang, Swaledale, Wensleydale, Coverdale and Nidderdale

Walking in the Yorkshire Dales: North and East: Howgills, Mallerstang, Swaledale, Wensleydale, Coverdale and Nidderdale

Authors
Publisher Cicerone Press
Year 08/10/2020
Edition Second
Pages 256
Version paperback
Readership level General/trade
ISBN 9781852847982
Categories Walking, hiking, trekking, Travel & holiday guides
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Book description

A guidebook to 43 circular day walks covering the northern and eastern Yorkshire Dales. The walks range between 3 and 11.5 miles in length, and there are suggestions for devising longer days by combing routes. Step by step route directions include lots of information about the area, and each walk is illustrated with clear OS mapping and vibrant photographs. From Pateley Bridge and Aysgarth in the East to Kirkby Stephen and Richmond in the north, each valley has a character and history of its own and this guide covers the varied fell and dale landscapes of the Howgills, Mallerstang, Swaledale, Wensleydale, Coverdale and Nidderdale. The north and eastern regions of the Yorkshire Dales are full of wild, rugged fell tops carved by limestone crags, deep scooped-out dales with lonely farms far from villages, the ruins of medieval castles as well as the warm bustle of Dales villages and good pubs. The Howgills north of Sedbergh have a different look, with their wide domes, steep sides and long miles of grassy ridges.

Walking in the Yorkshire Dales: North and East: Howgills, Mallerstang, Swaledale, Wensleydale, Coverdale and Nidderdale

Table of contents

Map key
Overview map

Introduction

The Dales Landscape
Geological History
?Human Settlement ?
Industry and Enterprise ?
Farming in the Dales ?
Plants and Wildlife ?
The Northern and Eastern Dales ?
The Yorkshire Dales National Park ?
Navigation and Maps
?Careful Planning ?
Clothing and Footwear ?
Food and Drink ?
Taking your Car ?
Leaving your Car Behind ?
Using this Guide

1 The Howgill Fells

1 Sedbergh and the River Rawthey ?
2 The Rivers Rawthey and Lune from Sedbergh ?
3 Winder, Calders and the Calf
?4 Carlin Gill and Fell Head from Fairmile Gate ?
5 The River Rawthey from the Cross Keys Inn ?
6 Cautley Crag and the Calf
?7 Around Wandale Hill ?
8 Baugh Fell from Rawthey Bridge
?9 Grisedale ??

2 Mallerstang ?

10 High Seat ?
11 Pendragon Castle and Little Fell ?
12 Wild Boar Fell and Swarth Fell ??

3 Swaledale and Arkengarthdale ?

13 Apedale and Harkerside Moor ?
14 Grinton and Maiden Castle ?
15 Fremington Edge ?
16 Slei Gill ?
17 Whaw to Dale Head ?
18 Old Gang and Surrender ?
19 Beside the River Swale from Gunnerside
?20 Gunnerside Gill ?
21 Ivelet Bridge from Muker ?
22 Great Shunner Fell and Lovely Seat from Thwaite ?
23 Muker, Thwaite and Kisdon Force from Keld ?
24 Whitsundale and the Head of the River Swale ??

4 Wensleydale and Coverdale ?

25 A Walk in Coverdale ?
26 West Witton and the River Ure to Redmire Force ?
27 Aysgarth to West Burton ?
28 Aysgarth Falls
?29 Ivy Scar from Aysgarth ?
30 Whitfield Gill Force and Mill Gill Falls ?
31 By the River Ure from Bainbridge ?
32 Bainbridge to Semer Water ?
33 Aysgill Force ?
34 Dodd Fell Hill and Drumaldrace ?
35 Cotterdale ?
36 Great Shunner Fell from Hardraw ?
37 The High Way ??

5 Nidderdale ?

38 Brimham Rocks ?
39 Ashfold Side
?40 Middlesmoor and How Stean Gorge ?
41 Nidderdale ?
42 Little Whernside

??Appendix 1 Route summaries and suggestions for longer routes ?
Appendix 2 Where to find out more ?

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