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An easy hike with lovely views and a good mix of hills,fields and village scenes.

hiking
2 days ago

Very nice day hike. Very good views and awesome crevice. The stream was peaceful and trail was nice.

lovely walk with great views

A very good walk some really nice views...i really recomend this walk.

It was one of my my very first walk that i did. it was amazing.

short walk. Be careful of railway line.

hiking
3 days ago

Nice little walk.

Would recommend going anti clockwise

hiking
8 days ago

Great hike, long but not too strenuous. Worth getting up early to do this one for less crowds.
Route is easy to navigate with all trails map. No toilets on route only at campsite at the start. Just a shame couldn’t see anything when we got to the top

Lovely walk. Very popular with dog walkers and cyclists.

Some unmarked path difficult to find

Great with kids!

Really lovely walk especially the North Downs way, liked the information points, living nearby, I found out things I didn’t know about the area!

beautiful trail

Just enough elevation to make you feel you’re working but not enough to be a slog. Great variety, lovely views.

Hf holiday 9/4/18 Malhamdale. Scar Janet foss. Weet

Great walk, very well posted. Quite a few people on the path, very nice scenery, a mixture of fields, woodland, road, farms, golf course. Definitely would recommend it. Good elevation in the woodland, gets the cardio to work a bit. Amazing views

The Cotswold Way is terrific! I recommend you go from north to south, ending in Bath. The start of the trail in Chipping Camden is magical. The towns are hundreds of years old and mostly untouched by modernization. Some of the pubs along the way date from the 16th century. The atmosphere in the pubs just can’t be duplicated by a modern establishment. The trail itself can be tough at times with some steep parts. But the rewards at the tops of hill are tremendous with amazing vistas.

Moderate difficulty, great views and a lovely little cafe at the end

16 days ago

Very good trail with nice views and lots of animals! We even saw some hawks hunting today :)

great walk but lot's of stiles if you have dog's and the ringlestone inn has now closed down

Love this walk - stay on the path along side the river .... for the better walk .... enjoy

nature trips
17 days ago

Lovely walk, we didn’t manage to finish due to being on a tight schedule. We took our two dogs however there we’re a lot of cyclists so wouldn’t recommend for anyone with dogs who like ours, are terrified! Also a bridleway but didn’t come across any horses. We just kept the dogs on the lead, lots of nice wooded areas to take them off however just be vigilant! Will go again and finish the lap for sure! Would be great to have a dog friendly option on the app

Done as part of the 3 peaks challenge a deceiving accent across the fields and up the steps much harder than it looks. The zig zag steps up the face is by far the hardest part but feel great great once completed.

Done as part of the 3 peaks challenge an enjoyable route with great views and a good climb up.

A great route. Very scenic with some difficult segments. Recommend an early start between 6 & 7am but achievable in under 12 hours including a pub lunch at the station Inn approx half way ish.

Very nice and easy walk. could even be a nice easy run.

We went in late August, whether was fair enough but Lakes District is very busy and this trail had the feel of a motorway at times. Pretty, easy trail along the river to Skelwith Force and Bridge, there’s a cafe, shops and galleries. The flat part along the river was accessible for everyone, several road crossings, in fact much of the walk was accessible by car but the tarn is in a lovely setting and both Elterwater and Skelwith offer food/drink options. But if you’re looking for an adventure away from the crowds this isn’t it.

Fun hike with great 360* views.

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