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Karen Moreno reviewed Yorkshire Three Peaks
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HikingMuddyRockyScramble
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Hiking

Great walk - easy instructions to follow, enjoyed doing the walk this way round coming down the steps from the limestone pavement rather than going up them! As others have said, it does get busy. We arrived to start about 9.30am on a Sunday morning and it was OK but by the time we got back to the car park it was full and there were two other car parks set up in fields and this was on a day when the weather was mixed.

Emily Blackburn reviewed Hawes and Sedbusk
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Walking

Really lovely walk, easy to follow with signposts for the most part. One steep section but it's over quite quickly and not too arduous. If you want somewhere secluded and peaceful to rest your feet/eat your sandwiches/contemplate life there's a lovely little garden just to your right as you go over the bridge in Hardraw that's open to the public.

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Hiking
First to Review

Brilliant trail, lots of great views, little bit of everything coast, woods and open fields. Took a small detour that worked it’s way further into the woods at the end, added about 1k to the route very enjoyable.

Alan White reviewed Ripon and Studley Royal
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Flat - paths - roads - park

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Catherine Ruth reviewed Yearsley Moor Circular
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Hiking

Amazing views

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Alex Chapman reviewed Thixendale Circular Short
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Mark Sharp reviewed Malham Tarn via Gordale Scar
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Hiking

Absolutely stunning walk but this certainly isn't a hard walk. The climb of Gordale Scar is hard depending how confident you are but definately worth it. There were lot of people about today and before I went up I only saw two attempt it. But there are lots of footholds and places to grip so a great experience. Other than that it's a very straight forward walk with beautiful scenery. Janets Foss is stunning and Malham Tarn is nice to sit have brew ava sandwich (chose as my pit stop) Malham Cove is stunning. Great to see the limestone pavement where Harry Potter was filmed and the views from the top are superb. Awesome day, awesome place. Where else would you want to spend Yorkshire Day

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Krzysztof Ha reviewed Ripon and Studley Royal
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Hiking

Fantastic walk especially in the deer park.

Emma B. reviewed Whitby Dracula Trail
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Lovely walk to get away from the centre of Whitby. Paths were easy to navigate. Good views into the bay of Whitby and of the abbey. We did this walk with our boys (youngest 5yrs) and they managed no problem.

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Walking
First to Review

Short walk around Masham. Walk of two halves - "eastern" half alongside Rivers Ure and Burn is nicer than "western" half closer to Swinton. Eastern route is well-marked and follows the river. Remember to take the short path down to the river, rather than following the path round the farmers field (at about 6 o clock on the map).Lots of places down by the river to paddle, play pooh sticks etc, Second half, to Swinton and back, is less well-marked. More stiles, and some walking on/next to roads.

Tom Eaves reviewed Ripon and Studley Royal
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Nice easy walk.... Cheap parking too ha, £2 all day

Gemma Ewen reviewed Bishopthorpe to York Circular
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Walking

Lovely flat walk to York and back along the river, would recommend two hoots ice cream boat for a treat on route.

Gemma Ewen reviewed Yorkshire Three Peaks
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MuddyRockyScramble

Amazing challenge, the last peak was the toughest with a steep scramble to the summit. The last leg to the finish seems never ending but a great sense of achievement makes it all worth while.

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RockyScramble

one of my favourite walks, not to difficult and very much worth the views from the top of the cove. Great walk out for the family and the dogs. Can get a little slippy on the top of the cove when wet though.

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Hiking

A comfortable walk, mainly on quiet roads and clear paths. Pleasant views. Route description is very precise.

Benjamin Hodgson reviewed Cloughton and Crook Ness
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Walking

Stunning views over the coast and through farm land. Would recommend taking the tunnel of trees down to Crook Ness. It's a steep set of steps down but really worth a detour if the tides out. You can get onto the Cleveland way path as per the app by a set of steps on your left as you going down.

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Hiking

Great walk and not too difficult,just got to be careful with your footing on some of the rocky paths.Worth taking half an hour or so to visit Gordale Scar,but the best part is the Cove,fantastic views and a place to chill and maybe have something to eat....enjoy!

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Hiking

Good walk, got a bit lost at one point as I lost signal - screen shot directions. Pretty views but no dog poo bins along the way. Ended it in the pub - worth it !

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Hiking

Really enjoyed the walk, especially the river section, as others have mentioned would recommend doing in reverse and stopping at “half way pub”.

ian grice reviewed Skipwith Common
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Hiking
First to Review

Great trail for the whole family, keeps even the young kids entertained

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Incredible day yesterday doing this trail. Weather was great. The only hard bit is hiking up to the top of Malham Cove. I even scrambled up to the top of Gordale Scar where there is another waterfall on top of it. Janet's Foss is lovely and you can swim in it. There's Gordale refreshments between Gordale Scar and Janet's Foss and a pub in Malham near the car park. This is one of my favourite hikes/walks

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Lovely walk

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Hiking

An excellent trail. Well marked the whole way and the scenery is amazing. Well worth doing, although is a very popular track.

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Faith and Terry Douglas reviewed Yorkshire Three Peaks
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