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Abby Coulson reviewed Welburn and Castle Howard
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Hiking

Very nice walk!

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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

Jonno Richard reviewed Ingleton Waterfalls
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Hiking

A lovely and scenic walk - would definitely recommend. Two things to be cautious of though ... 1. It costs £7 per adult to do the trail and 2. The trail is mostly a narrow, one way path and, as it gets very busy, the walk takes longer than usual as it’s impossible to get past people as many walk very, very, VERY slow. Many also stop to take photos too which means those behind have to wait a while before they can carry on. If you can go on a quiet day, totally worth it. Village is awesome.

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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.

Alan White reviewed Ripon and Studley Royal
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Hiking

Flat - paths - roads - park

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Alex Chapman reviewed Thixendale Circular Short
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Adam Garner reviewed Ingleton Waterfalls
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Hiking

Great walk. Busy because didn’t arrive til afternoon. Highly recommend.

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WalkingGreat!

£10 to park, must pay for this online in advance (We used Riverside car park). Parts of the trail are one way due to Covid. Very popular and busy, but this did not spoil our walk. A few quite steep bits, and steep drops to river below. Not suitable for small children or some elderly. The strid (narrow part of river) was great to see, could be dangerous though so care with young children needed. Dog needed to be on the lead most (but not all) of the time.

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Jamie Wignall reviewed Ingleton Waterfalls
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jill turnbull reviewed Crackpot Hall and North Yorkshire
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Great walk, quite challenging at first walking up the hill then along narrow muddy and stoney walkway. Views are spectacular. A lot easier going back towards Mukar as quite flat. there is an easier route along both sides of river but definitely head for the higher route if you want great views!!

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Nathan Sharp reviewed Simons Seat
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brilliant walk picked a 30° day to walk up ! was beautiful !!! Highly recommended it's nice to have a spot of lunch on Simon's seat

Krzysztof Ha reviewed Ripon and Studley Royal
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Hiking

Fantastic walk especially in the deer park.

jan draper reviewed Forge Valley Boardwalks
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Paul Durkin reviewed Simons Seat
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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

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Walking

A great walk, easy to follow with signposts. Really great views and not too strenuous. Quite busy when I visited.

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Eliot Barrass reviewed Hackfall Explorer Trail
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Walking

Lovely, well-marked forest path with plenty of follies and sights to keep the kids going. Got caught in the rain so missed off the Raven Scar loop, but substituted other, more 'internal' tracks instead. Took around 2 hours with two kids (3 and 5 years old). Can give Fountain Pond a miss imo. Bit muddy in parts. Glad I had my boots. Car-park was v. busy when I left. Wouldn't have liked my chances of getting parked after (say) 10am. 4.5 Stars overall

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.

Nimmy . reviewed Brimham Rocks Walk
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Hiking

Great walk. Steep uphill climb to begin with, but then it’s a pleasant circular walk with pub at Cray (White Lion) Good beer and a nice couple of panini and salad (fantastic chips) (better than a lot of places in Manchester) and a good landlord. We cut the walk short at Scar House cutting off a mile and a half or so, but missing the flat riverside walk from Yockenthwaite to Hubberholme. Popped into The George at Hubberholme (why not whilst passing). Again, nice local beer and nice outside space. Walk back to Buckden is flat past a lovely wild-flower meadow. Would do the walk again.

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