Looking for a great trail near Austwick, North Yorkshire? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, walking trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Yorkshire Dales National Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Moss Rigg Wood or Buck Wood. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 4 hard trails in Austwick ranging from 9.2 to 24.5 miles and from 501 to 2,450 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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9 days ago

beautiful walk. only thing to complain about was the wind. it was blowing a gale up there lol other than that was amazing. great views all around. did it at a steady pace and completed it in just over 4 and a half hours.

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

extremely hard did the hike with storm denis giving us company really hard challange but well worth giving it ago would recommend doing it in warmer weather tho as temperatures of -8 at top of peaks was really cold and windy great app also but lost batterie on the last 5k

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1 month ago

Great hike - not for the faint hearted but very worth it. We went up Pen Y Ghent last but would not recommend this as it’s the steepest one. Overall, one of our favourite days hiking. Happy trails!

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3 months ago

Great trail for those wanting to push and challenge themselves. Requires some pre prep (not a walk you wake up one morning and decide to do!) Did it in 8hours 45 Quite a busy trail (we did do it in the summer) so some parts can get a little crowded and you feel as though you’re being herded up the hill! Overall well worth doing

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5 months ago

Tough but good fun

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6 months ago

It was tough day

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6 months ago

Amazing day out,surrounded by some beautiful moors. Head out early and be prepared for the last assault climb...totally worth it.

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6 months ago

Lovely views all the way round hard walk . took 11.30 hours to complete it . may walk it again soon.

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6 months ago

great walk. some fantastic views. be prepared for the last peak as its an epic climb at the top after 20 miles of walking.

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6 months ago

Not one for the faint hearted. A tough trail that will test and push you. Very rewarding.

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6 months ago

Aug 30, 2019. Clockwise up Clapham car park then left of St James Church up toward Ingleborough Caves, then left and straight gentle up, then steady up stairs and slabs to Little Ingleborough. Continue across via top ridge to Ingleborough and left to summit. Views are as described - much worth it. Path down to Simon Fell provides great views too. However, unless continuing to B64179 or Horton-In-RIbbledale, the extra 4 1/2 miles from Simon Fell down to trail head did not feel time well spent Suggestion: After Simon Fell, cut back to below lower Ingleborough and return to trail head. Conditions: Cloudy, very windy, warm below, bitter wind cool on peak. Decent visibility throughout hike. Drizzle at times. Def good hike.

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7 months ago

Just as a massive flag, this has the OLD path from the bottom of Pen-y-Ghent to the top which was very frustrating. It takes you through a very boggy bit, and you end up going up and down a few times before the final ascent. This was super annoying. Otherwise it follows the correct path and it was a proper challenge. Would be good to get the proper route on here though so other people don’t get sent down the wrong path!

Great walk with some more challenging climbs which are rewarded with some amazing views. We had every kind of weather on this walk with very little visibility at the top so go prepared. I noticed we could have shortened it slightly which might have been better for my 8 year old son as after climbing the mountain the route does get a bit flat and less exciting.

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7 months ago

We came here on holiday and did this route with packs as practice for the Grand Canyon, and it was an awesome day outside with challenging climbs and descents, and amazing views. The trail maintenance is remarkable for how long the hike is, but definitely get a map and compass and sketch out the route ahead of time. We lucked out that some hikers at The Crown pub in Horton on Ribblesdale gave us theirs.

Great walk despite the weather. no viability at the top but this app helped amazingly! We didn't go out as wide on the suggested loop black round but glad we didn't as you are greeted with some great limestone formations to walk through.

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7 months ago

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