Great walk with some off-lead opportunities for dog walkers. Start of the walk is a little confusing; After 2nd stile, which is overgrown and nettles for about 10m, you reach the flood barrier but you need to go immediately right here to the tree line on your right. When you then arrive at the road, head up the road that goes to Dunsforth Lodge. After that, easy peasy

Gorgeous walk. We started from the ruins then followed the beautiful river around to the woods. It's a nice easy trail with lovely peaceful views. Barely any road walking. One thing to note, during these times of social distancing there are places where this isn't easy to do. You'll need to go off track and wait for people to pass. If you're more vulnerable than others at this time, I probably wouldn't go on this walk just at the moment.

Great walk, very dog friendly apart from a small section on the road. A nice walk to do in lockdown, not too busy.

Lovey walk Some quite overgrown with nettles so don’t wear shorts unless you fancy a lot of weaving! Interesting route, easy to follow

Really enjoyed this route, running next to a golf course through fields of cows and lots of gate jumping. Definitely felt the burn on some the hills. Be nice to go back and do it when the pubs are open

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blowdown
2 days ago

Hard going to complete all 3 Peaks in one day. Tough terrain and hard on the body and mentally. But completed as a group of 3 lads and happy with a time of 10 hours for our first time from start to finish back at the car. Bucket list

The walk was good for dogs but it was not a very long walk if you like a short walk then it’s great. There was a little Car park.

Loved this walk, the views were beautiful (we were lucky with the weather). The walk through the village is nothing to worry about (as per other reviews) and everything is clearly signposted.

Lovely walk for all the family. Kids moaned a bit about the steep incline at the start but it was soon over and the rest was pretty flat and easy. Some nice views too

nice short walk through the woods, ideal for an evening

Did the Yorkshire 3 peaks in horrific weather, heavy rain and low cloud. I say low cloud because at the top of all the peaks you could see about 30ft as we were in the clouds! It was hard to find the trig point on Ingleborough such was the poor conditions! Coming down the trails were like waterfalls. Some of the last 4 miles the water was 10” deep with no way round. We had no views to look at and it was extremely hard work both mentally and physically. Thankfully the route is easy to follow or there is no way we could have done the walk and we are both seasoned walkers in the Dales. My wife did it again not long after with friends and had very similar conditions only this time with strong winds to accompany the rain! We intend to do it again when we know the conditions will be better and we can get the views which make this walk so special. Took 11hrs and given the conditions that was quite pleasing!! I could hardly walk the next day it took so much out of me, never been like that before after long hikes. So take heed of the advice and be prepared for all conditions, do not take this walk lightly, and pray for sunshine!!

Great trail, amazing views, few cow and sheep encounters. Very friendly nearby farmers. Highly recommend to all fellow trail walking enthusiasts.

walking
7 days ago

This isn't a bad walk, although for me personally, I prefer walks with more to look at. 80% of the walk is just woodland and rocky paths with the remaining 20% fields with sheep! That said, our dog spent the majority of the walk off her lead and thoroughly enjoyed herself. If you want a walk that's not too testing, a decent length, reasonably quiet and one where you can let your dog run around freely, then this is a decent walk.

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

Good little circular Easy to follow Go under the bridge and make a right to find the steps up if you don’t know the area Would recommend and will do again - probably ‘in reverse’ to finish coming down the river which was the nicer part

Great gentle hike, though hill at start is a little tough! Beautiful views of abbey on the final stretch and very dog friendly.

hiking
8 days ago

Really beautiful woodland for much of the route, dogs can be off lead a lot of it.

Good walk took about 90 minutes at a steady pace

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fee
8 days ago

hiking
9 days ago

Good trail. When you get to Great Shunner Fell trigpoint, I would suggest going back the way you came if visibility is poor and you are not confident navigating as the trail is harder to find on the loop back.

perfect for a dog walk, great views and plenty a arable fields and meadows for dogs to run free, nice small lake foot dogs to cool off near the ruins

great views once you have climbed up from Pateley Bridge

Beautiful relaxing long walk, our dog could be off lead most of the way. A field with cows but they were fine with walkers and dog keeping their distance.

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rocky
15 days ago

we did this walk today my partner and I and two of our children aged 12 and 7. it was extremely warm out today but was shady under the trees plenty of places to rest of needed but we were ok plodding on. lovely views at the top

This is a great trail if you’re looking for a fairly short walk with plenty of ‘off-lead’ time for the dog and a great pub at the end. Well-defined paths that skirt the river Ouse for a good portion at the start ensure this is a really nice easy walk with fantastic views of not just the river but the surrounding countryside. Just be prepared for boat envy!

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no shade
26 days ago

Beautiful walk, directions spot on. We have a working dog and he was off the lead 90% of the walk. Peaceful walk, will be doing this again.

nice walk with great views

nice flat walk on the banks of the river ouse

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