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Love this route and completed it twice now!
Short, steep ascents to Penyghent and Inglebrough and a long winding route to top of Whernside.
I completed this route in the blistering heat of July and a cold, wet and windy day in March. Note that if the weather is adverse the descents from Whernside and Inglebrough are VERY muddy.
Walking route varies been stone paths, grass fields and some quite rocky terrain.
All in all a very enjoyable walk, amazing views and good test of stamina.

Loved it.

Lovely walk to Malham cove especially on a nice hot summers day

Lovely views, great walk, not difficult and clear skies for star gazing

hiking
12 days ago

Hard but worth it

on The Dales

18 days ago

Very Good App

Took the 3 & 4 year old. Not too difficult for them. Some slippery rocks and faster flowing water in stepping stones. But overall nice and pleasant for them.

hiking
1 month ago

nice walk some small hills all off road dogs must be on leads

trail running
1 month ago

Great route. Varied terrain - lots of rocky sections which were diffficult for fast descents!
I had a great day for it - sunshine all day in February - strong winds though. Got the beginning of the sunset on ingleborough and managed to make it back to my car before it got dark

walking
1 month ago

Loverly Walk, fantastic views

hiking
off trail
scramble
1 month ago

Only stumbling block for beginners would be the Gordale waterfall. A couple of routes you can take depending on how comfortable you are climbing etc. Everything else is comfortable for beginners and advanced hikers. Nice and pleasant hike. Can get somewhat busy on the trail so slightly went off trail.

hiking
bugs
muddy
off trail
over grown
rocky
washed out
1 month ago

This route is the ultimate challenge! completed it twice each completely different as you can experience all four seasons on the Moors.

A Lovely walk. There's a variety of flora and fauna to see. The walk to the river was my favourite part.

Really good walk, did this with snow on the ground. Excellent views

hiking
snow
1 month ago

Great walk, not too hard to do, really enjoyable. Would definitely recommend

Great walk, not too hard to do, really enjoyable. Would definitely recommend

No wonder this walk has been voted 3rd best hikes in Great Britain. Absolutely amazing!

hiking
2 months ago

Wow. 40 miles in 17 hours. An experience like nothing ever!

This is a walk of varying levels of difficulty which an individual can select. Stunning rock formations & a a great water fall crevice. If you descend or ascend the waterfall this does require a little physical skill, but worth it.

Beautiful scenery. Amazing rock faces. Waterfalls are pretty at this time of the year.

loved every second of it from start to finish truly is hard but what a day out will defo be back again

hiking
5 months ago

Lovely easy walk with amazing views. Brought back memories of DofE as we camped at the Gordale Scar campsite.

Amazing quite long 30 miles but good route all round make sure you eat before hand

walking
5 months ago

tough treck, very deceiving route with some tough scrambles and rocky terrain, prepare for blisters if your not used to walking

It was one of my my very first walk that i did. it was amazing.

A great route. Very scenic with some difficult segments. Recommend an early start between 6 & 7am but achievable in under 12 hours including a pub lunch at the station Inn approx half way ish.

backpacking
7 months ago

Great

Great hike. Would definitely do again.... although the last 4mile was harder than any of the 3 peaks due to the rocky terrain.

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