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Eliot Barrass reviewed Quarry Gill Walk
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First to Review

Great walk through the grounds of Swinton Estate. Well sign-posted and looked after. Really good for kids, lots to see around every corner. Slightly muddy underfoot by the Quarry Gill, but well worth the entrance fee.

James Bulpin reviewed Hardaw and Great Shunner Fell
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Hiking

Enjoyable hike for casual hikers like us. Plenty of variety to the terrain, some great views, and not too far. To top it off you can reward yourself with a refreshing drink at the end

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.

Alex Chapman reviewed Thixendale Circular Short
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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.

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Hiking

Beautiful place to take the dog and family. Only thing I’d say is wear a hat as it is utterly PLAGUED with horseflies who bite.

Saulė Narsutytė reviewed Dick Turpin's Dog Walk
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Hiking

Lovely little walk through the city. perfect mix of urban, historical buildings and greenery. Very busy for the most part so it's not the quietest, peaceful walk but the history of the city makes up for it. Great way to quickly look around York if you're in the area.

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HikingMuddyOver grown
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Hiking

It is up from the start , but very enjoyable Weather was over cast which a help we did cut it in half . But would come back again

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LOVED it! Took a while to get to Settle (from York) due to small, congested roads but well worth it. There is so much packed into this walk... views for days, TWO very impressive waterfalls, 3 giant caves etc. Was the gorgeous. Only thing I would say is for the last 2K (if you've done the trail clockwise) back from the last waterfall back down to Settle itself, is confusing and not really marked. You're better off just sticking to the road otherwise you'll end up trespassing through farmland like we accidentally did. You'll need boots even if dry as some tracks are lumpy with hidden stones. All in all, go for it - you'll probably love it!

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No shadeRockyScramble

amazing loved every minute of it

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HikingBugsOff trailOver grown

This is a really nice walk with varied scenery. The Druid’s Temple is really different, and worth the visit alone. The second part of the walk - when you leave the road not long after crossing the ford - is overgrown and very muddy in places. It was also plagued by horse flies which made it unpleasant.

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Antony Mullaney reviewed Settle Caves and Waterfalls Walk
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Hiking

Lovely walk, this! Some fantastic views! The waterfall is beautiful, great place for a spot of lunch!

Philippa Grace reviewed Hawes and Sedbusk
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Hiking

really enjoyed this

Lou Warburton reviewed Hovingham and the Howardian Hills
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Walking

Completed this walk yesterday and thoroughly enjoyed the first three sections unfortunately the last stretch of the walk (Park Street to end) isn't dog friendly. As I approached the stile next to the white gate I noticed a sign stating that it was a 'permissive path, No dogs allowed' This meant that I had to walk with the dogs down park street back into Hovingham, which wasn't the best as its a 60mph road with some blind corners. Other then that the walk is fairly good for dogs I only needed leads on the short road sections and again just after thistleton cottage, due to the route taking you through a sheep field. Some fabulous views across Hovingham and the surrounding area. I did this walk after a few days of rain and it was pretty good under foot.

Andrea Burrows reviewed Clay Bank and Greenhow Bottom Walk
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First to Review

Beautiful views and a lovely walk but definitely prepare for the rather steep incline about 2/3rds of the way round.

Dan Paddison reviewed Masham Circular Walk
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Hiking

Nice, easy walk that circulates Masham, following the Burn River and River Ure until entering the Masham Nature Reserve at Marfield Quarry.

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