Walking the Yorkshire Dales – Just the Thing for Spring

Wharfedale - following Walk 5

Wharfedale – following Walk 5

The village of Gayle, visited on Walk 25

The village of Gayle, visited on Walk 25

The Yorkshire Dales is deservedly well-loved for its history, the beauty of its landscapes and its many unspoilt little stone villages, most with tempting pubs.

The best way to appreciate the Dales is on foot – and one of the very best times of year to do so is Springtime – right now!

If you have a Garmin GPS you can download Yorkshire Dales Custom Maps (there are two to cover the area) and get going on the trails.

 

For more information about the digital mapping for the Yorkshire Dales, see:- http://www.dwgwalking.co.uk/garminydalesnecustommap.htm

– and http://www.dwgwalking.co.uk/garminydalesnwcustommap.htm

The spectacular River Strid (Walk 1)

The spectacular River Strid (Walk 1)

We recommend the book Walk! The Yorkshire Dales (North and Central) for the best walks (and the best pubs on route too)

See:- http://www.dwgwalking.co.uk/yorkshire%20dales%20N&C.htm

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2 responses to “Walking the Yorkshire Dales – Just the Thing for Spring”

  1. rosinaus says :

    It is indeed a great area for walking – a great sense of space and air.

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  2. discoverywalking says :

    Yes, wonderful and often overlooked for such areas as the Lake District. That does mean however that they tend to be less busy.

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