Feizor, Stainforth Force, and Giggleswick Scar

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Yorkshire Dales National Park

Feizor, Stainforth Force, and Giggleswick Scar is a 8.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Settle, North Yorkshire, England that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips.

Length8.2 miElevation gain1,217 ftRoute typeLoop
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Jordan Elizabeth
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Walking

Lovely walk with some great views, got a little confusing by the cafe at the half way mark and around the river as GPS was slightly off but it was still enjoyable

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Tony Ingram
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Sam Gooding
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Hiking

A great walk this with nice opportunities to stop and have lunch. Easy to navigate but there are some Hill climbs, especially from Settle. A really good walk though.

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Andy Clark
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HikingGreat!

Really enjoyable walk. Not too tricky to navigate in combination with the app. Got a bit muddy along the river section (not so much deep mud, more the slippy kind, but it was easily manageable in walking boots). Even though it was foggy today there were still some great views. I went clockwise and I think that worked out for the best. Some of the descents anticlockwise would have been tricky for me (I'm not a confident walker). I loved the variation on this walk and will definitely do it again.

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Kelly Chan
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Venice Marshall
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Hiking

Good strong walk across varied terrain, poles would be useful. Got the directions wrong a few times but managed to get back on track. Lovely scenery and fine for dogs.

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Teresa Trivunovic
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Hiking

Really good, challenging towards the end

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Jo Dickins
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Hiking

Brilliant walk, very varied, easy to follow and not too steep.

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Mark Durham
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WalkingGreat!

Excellent circular route. We were staying in Settle so started from there and went clockwise, so we had the steep climb at the start. Great views of the valley and across to Pen y gent. Great cafe at Feizor - best egg custard I’ve ever had! Nice walk back over the top to the river at Giggleswick the. A pleasant walk along the river to Settle. Some of the styles/stonewall ladders may be tricky for less mobile people but otherwise an easy walk.

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Aaron Marland
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Liam Casey
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HikingGreat!

Amazing route. Went from settle via Giggleswick quarry to the tea rooms. Very windy on top but amazing views

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Carissa Fairhurst
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WalkingGreat!

AMAZING walk!! Would definitely recommend!!

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Josh Emmott
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Hiking

Nice walk, lots of different views.

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Emma Moxon
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Varied route with lots to see! Riverside, waterfall meadows and village. It's not too challenging. Dog on lead half of route due to livestock, but plenty of off lead time too.

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Katie Dean
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Richard Hall
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Megan Waind
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Richard Sutcliffe
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