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by Richard Hallewell
(2007; last rewalked and updated 2015)
32 pages - 23 walks
The Yorkshire Dales National Park - an area of rolling green hills, dramatic limestone features and quaint villages - has five main dales (valleys). This guide covers Ribblesdale and the surrounding hills, along with the smaller Malhamdale. This area contains the finest hill walking in the Dales (with paths up the "Three Peaks": Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent) plus the most dramatic limestone features: Malham Cove and Gordale Scar. Walks range from 1 mile to 9.5 miles (1.5-15km). Routes include: Whernside, three routes up Ingleborough, Ingleton Waterfalls Walk, Pen-y-ghent, Victoria Cave Loop, Gordale Scar & Malham Cove and Malham to Settle.
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