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I love walking this trail! Its where I go when I need to escape the chaos and it isn’t too hard either

We came here on holiday and did this route with packs as practice for the Grand Canyon, and it was an awesome day outside with challenging climbs and descents, and amazing views. The trail maintenance is remarkable for how long the hike is, but definitely get a map and compass and sketch out the route ahead of time. We lucked out that some hikers at The Crown pub in Horton on Ribblesdale gave us theirs.

Perfect walk starting and finishing at the pub

Lovely walk which is really easy. Never found the handles in electric fence but made no difference! Gorgeous church.

Nice scenery, good for children. Small stream is very pretty.

Myself and 8 hiking friends completed this delightful walk today. We all thoroughly enjoyed the walk; passing through Cow Common and Harewood Forest. What’s not to like when you have a sunny day and Mother Nature at its best. Had lunch in the Abbots Mitre, friendly staff and excellent food; definitely do walk again knowing there is an excellent pub to go to at the end!

1 day ago

Perfect for an evening stroll

Lovely walk, but several sections were inaccessible at this time of year due to extremely overgrown nettles and brambles...had to get creative with route and ended up doing 8 prepared to be flexible just in case!!

1 day ago

Dog can be off lead mostly car park near to route. Very muddy

Really enjoyed this route! Great for dogs and trails well maintained! Even stopped off in Osmotherley for a well deserved beer at the Queen Catherine Pub after!

This seems more of a bike trail, not too friendly for walking

Easy, pleasant walk in lovely countryside

2 days ago

Was hoping for access to the reservoir but alas most footpaths around here are private. Ended up doing a small loop with mainly roads without any footpaths, not recommended.

nice gentle walk

Fabulous views!

2 days ago

Great walk. Easy to follow map. Varied countryside. Lots of off-lead time for the dog. Some road walking but not excessive. Two pubs en route plus one at the start/finish

2 days ago

If it’s been raining even a little this trail turns from moderate to strenuous because of how slippery the rocks can get. Brace your ankles.

Circular walk out of Hawkeshead over to Tarn Howes taking in Tom Heights. Total 10km and took 3.5 hours to complete.

Very nice hike with a sublime view with a stop in each of the two small villages, one to visit the church and the other to contemplate the view.

Short 5km walk out of Bakewell and return leg along the Monsal Trail. Relatively easy walking and nice views over the first half of the walk.

2 days ago

(Dog Walker) - not very interesting for the dogs - too much Tarmac involved

Stunning walk, with stunning scenery. It took me approx 1.5hrs and by the time I finished I felt like I’d had a good walk and burnt off some calories. Some steep gradients to climb but if you’re fit (unlike me) it’ll be a breeze. I will definitely take this walk again.

It’s a nice walk but the waypoints aren’t the clearest. I’d start clear of the bog that it leads you off too before going over the bridge, it’s not safe at all and more or less inaccessible. Just keep going over the bridge and you’re still on the right path.

slight detour near on the canal, but a lovely walk, fairly easy going and quiet route.

This is my home turf so know the area well. Beautiful route with lovely views; can see well Breiddens and Clee Hills as well as The Wrekin, part of the route follows the Telford T50 Trail between end of Buidlwas Lane and Coalbrokdale Museum. For walkers if you keep to this trail it would give you a better line and more interesting descent into Ironbridge (magenta waymarks) but if so there are the steep 173 Rotunda steps so best anti clockwise. NB Buidwas Lane can get muddy and churned by 4x4 vehicles in winter.

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