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Walking in Yorkshire

Swaledale and North Yorkshire has some of the best walking county in the United Kingdom. Whether you are looking for a gentle stroll or a challenging walk, Reeth is the perfect base. We have listed a selection of great walks below. Some can be undertaken from the village and others a short drive away.

 

Wanderings around Reeth

Length of walk: 41/2 miles
Start: Reeth (King's Arms)
Terrain: Fields, riverside, green lane. Short uphill road section
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Richmond Falls and Easby Abbey

Length of walk: 3 miles
Start: Richmond obelisk
Terrain: Easy walking all the way
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Grinton lodge

Length of walk: 31/2 miles
Start: Grinton Youth Hostal
Terrain: High ground aroung Sharrow hill
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Settle

Length of walk: 3 miles
Start:Settle
Terrain: Uphill out Downhill in
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Healaugh and River Swale

Length of walk: 5.5 miles Allow 4.5hrs
Start: The Buck Hotel
Terrain: Easy
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Coniston Water

Length of walk: 5 miles
Start: Park in the national park's small layby on the A5084, just below Hadwin's Gorge a mile south of Torver.
Terrain: Easy going along clear paths.
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Cringle Moor from Lord Stones' Cafe

Length of walk: 4 miles Allow 2 hrs
Start: Large car park at cafe Lord Stones Tea shop Carlton Bank, Nr Stokesley 01642 778227
Terrain: Easy going
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The High path to Gayle

Length of walk: 3 miles
Start: Burtersett, Upper Wensleydale
Terrain: Easy with lots of stiles
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