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Left Serin House, a lovely B&B in Danbe Wiske at 8:45. Hiked through and around fields and over narrow country lanes. Kept rendezvousing with C2C we had met at the White Swan Inn. Good trail vibes. Arrived at The Blue Bell Inn in time for lunch. Our shortest day.

Steep climb from the car park but worth every step ,amazing views once at the top. Great to see the white horse

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9 days ago

Beautiful walk on level forest tracks with fantastic views. Highly recommend.

Great views from the top!

My family really enjoyed this walk. It had a nice variety of scenery and we enjoyed the slight detour to see the cave. The GPS was helpful. It was lambing season so we had to keep the dog on a lead 50% of the time. Thanks for providing this walk, would love to see more walks in the Yorkshire Dales.

Enjoyed the walk, did it in dry sunny weather accompanied by my girlfriend & her dog. No issues with any of the stiles (medium sized dog managed to get under them no problem) some of them appear to have been replaced with 'kissing gates' There weren't any animals in the small field adjacent Naburn Swing bridge (which is worth a detour of a few hundred yards to have a walk onto to admire the view of the river) also appeared to be a gated lane at the side of the field for anyone of a nervous disposition as an alternative route. Nice end to the walk in the Ship Inn beer garden.

Short, but hard going to the top! Well worth the view.

Hi lovely walk through woods and views over harwood dale fantastic, quite an easy walk, instructions easy to follow again would recommend this one, regards bailes

really nice day, bit of everything, easy to follow paths and plenty of detours if you want to take them. Completed with a variety group age from 9 upwards!

Hi Another lovely walk instructions spot on again also the esk valley walk from castleton to grosmont is also very nice there are plenty of animals en-route and its close to railway and river esk regards bailes

excellent walk. Car parking is expensive (even National Trust members) and limited. It's possible to park at Capt. Cooks monument and walk across to Roseberry Topping making it a longer but a more enjoyable walk (parking is free too ;) )

A great day out with beautiful scenery.

fantastic walk views outstanding instructions easy to follow again one of the best walks l have done it is quite hard but worth it white horse in cliff wall impressive regards bailes

fantastic walk great views instructions spot on again highly recomended regards Bailes

Absolutely beautiful walk, lovely walk along the stream followed by stunning views all round. So peaceful, had a picnic stop halfway to take in the view. Easy trail to follow too.

great walk, chicken fence still there just on right is a dirt track as other people have said also car parking fees have gone up to £5-00 for 6 hrs or more you can park on roadside nearby for nothing just be careful where you park instructions spot on again for walk

Great walk with big views and no people �

l did this walk on tues 6/11/2018 used gps tracker for first time and instructions were very clear a very nice walk mainly flat but very muddy in parts would recommend this walk Regards Peter

My first walk using this fantastic app, BRILLIANT.

Superb weather made this gentle ramble even more enjoyable. Don’t normally like to come back the same way but I am making an exception for this walk.

Loved this walk even on an overcast day. Excellent instructions - very accurate! Thanks.

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

Don’t be put off when signpost shows Esk Valley.

Saturday, March 03, 2018

Just done this covered in deep snow. beaut of a walk and so tranquil.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

A great walk,we walked out from Goathland over the moors on the opposite side of the valley and then followed this route back.

This is a great walk if you like being high up on the moors with a bit of industrial archeology thrown in. You can of course shorten the walk (and still see nearly all of the industrial archeology) by making it into a linear walk and retracing your steps back before you reach the 'Second Ford Gate" waypoint.

Some of the stiles (squeeze gaps) are indeed quite narrow. I loved watching the snipe flying around the fields. They are easy to identify because of their long bills.

Friday, June 26, 2015

We really enjoyed this short walk as it helped us work up an appetite ready to visit and enjoy one of the numerous fab eating places in Skipton. Our dog enjoyed a dip in the beck too - so an all round a good experience.

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