OUTDOOR WITH THE WOODALLS

YORKSHIRE DALES HILL WALKS

We often head to the Yorkshire dales as we love the tranquillity of the walks, we have started the Dales 30 peaks 

but often find we head back and re-do the same ones as they are  good paths with amazing views

7 MILE CIRCULAR WALK, A MIXTURE OF GOOD PATHS, MOORLAND AND TRACKLESS SECTIONS, GOOD NAVIGATION SKILLS NEEDED IF DOING THE FULL CIRCULAR.

BUCKDEN PIKE

6.6 MILE CIRCULAR WALK WITH STEEP SECTIONS AND SHORT SCRAMBLING. 

OPTION TO WALK DIRECT ROUTE THERE AND BACK FOR AN EASIER WALK

PEN Y GHENT

  • 9 MILES FROM CLAPHAM
  • 6 MILES CHAPEL LE DALE
  • 6 MILES FROM INGLETON                     
VARIETY OF ROUTES TO THE SUMMIT, INGLETON IS THE QUIETEST AND WE THINK IS THE NICER WALK

INGLEBOROUGH

CIRCULAR 8.5 MILES ON WELL MAINTAINED PATHS, WITH SOME STEEP SECTIONS, DOES GET BUSY DURING PEAK TIMES ESPECIALLY WITH THE YORKSHIRE 3 PEAKS

WHERNSIDE

6.6 MILES ROUGH AND UNEVEN PATHS, DIFFICULT IN POOR VISIBILITY. ON A CLEAR DAY THE VIEWS AND WALK IS AMAZING, GREAT FOR KIDS AS NOT TOO DIFFICULT AND LOTS OF ROCKS TO CLIMB ON AT THE SUMMIT

CRACOE AND RYLSTONE CROSS

APPROX A 12 MILE WALK INCLUDING GRAGARETH, GREEN HILL, GREAT COUM AND CRAG HILL. GOOD WALKING FROM GRAGARETH ON A GRASSPATH.

GREAT COUM AND GRAGARETH

6.6 MILES ROUGH AND UNEVEN PATHS, DIFFICULT IN POOR VISIBILITY. ON A CLEAR DAY THE VIEWS AND WALK IS AMAZING, GREAT FOR KIDS AS NOT TOO DIFFICULT AND LOTS OF ROCKS TO CLIMB ON AT THE SUMMIT

FOUNTAINS FELL

CHALLENGES DALES 30

DEVELOPED BY Jonathan Smith, from Long Preston  and founder of Where2walk website https://where2walk.co.uk/

The Dales 30 are mountains of more than 2,000ft and all within the Yorkshire Dales National Park