Category Archives: Walks


This popular route takes in the three Yorkshire “peaks” of Penyghent, Whernside and Ingleborough. It is a hard walk not to be undertaken by inexperienced walkers. It is popular with charity fund raisers and those who wish to take a personal challenge. The following link will take you to a website giving information and good [read more]

Goredale Scar from Malham walk

An impressive walk in the Southern Dales, this route takes in some impressive scenery including Janet’s Foss, Malham Cove and Gordale Scar. Much more than a walk, this is a feast for the eyes and senses, and a must for history enthusiasts. Stunning limestone scenery awaits, as does evidence of early settlements, medieval fields and [read more]

Malhamdale – Skipton to Settle walk

Part of the Dales Highway The Dales Highway is an exhilarating and challenging 90 miles of high level walking, beginning in the World Heritage village of Saltaire, before crossing the glorious high country of the Yorkshire Dales. Our part stretches from Skipton to Settle, with a climb up to Sharp Haw and Weets Top, covering [read more]


The magnificent Skipton Castle has been well served by the woods that surround it. Its natural resources were the main source of fuel, building supplies and food for hundreds of years. The waterways running through the woods powered local wool, corn and saw mills for centuries. Today the woods can be enjoyed for their beauty [read more]


We are a Group of Ramblers that enjoy regular walks in and around the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Every walk has an experienced leader as well as friendly people of all backgrounds and ages (ranging from 20’s upwards) and always welcome anyone new that joins us. We typically walk 8/10 miles on the 2nd Saturday [read more]