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Settle and Victoria Cave

MODERATE 3 reviews

Settle and Victoria Cave is a 6.6 kilometer loop trail located near Settle, North Yorkshire, England that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and bird watching.

Distance: 6.6 km Elevation Gain: 281 m Route Type: Loop


trail running


bird watching



wild flowers

A circular walk from Settle in the Yorkshire Dales in North Yorkshire. The highlights of this walk are the great views of Pen-y-ghent and Ingleborough, two of the three Yorkshire Peaks. The caves add intrigue to the walk and being so close to the Warrendale Knotts is awesome, but the best thing about this walk is how much fun your dog will have on the varied terrain and romping around the fields and grassy paths. The terrain is rugged in places, with some gradient but nothing to worry about. You will need to negotiate several gates, some steps plus one stile. It is the Dales, so expect to see some sheep but even so this walk offers lots of off-lead time so your well-behaved pooch can enjoy romping on the lush, green paths. There are public toilets in Settle. Allow 2 hours.

4 months ago

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.

9 months ago

Very enjoyable walk, lovely views! Quite hilly - after the 2 boot walks we’ve done was surprised this was only a 3 boot... not yet done a 4 boot so intrigued to see what a 4 boot is like! Had to take a slight detour as one of the fields had a bull in it blocking the stile.

11 days ago

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