This menu lists some walks that the author has enjoyed over the years in addition to those described in the Forest of Bowland.
The theme of all walks on this website is to offer enjoyable circular country walks with a country pub as a possible objective.

A photo album has been included on most walks to provide an idea of the landscape and features encountered.
This project is ongoing with more walks to follow.

A Satellite Image of the area around each walk is available as a pop-up; the definition of these has been upgraded of late.

A height profile and calorie counter for some selected walks has been added.

Each walk is based on an OS Data Hub asset map.
It is esential that the walker refers to this map which can be printed off.

1. Haweswater the most easterly lake in the Lake District easily accessible from the M6.

2. Ambleside to Troutbeck over Wansfell: spectatular panoramic views from Wansfell Pike over Windermere

3.Rydal to Grasmere via Alcock Tarn: a walk around Rydal Water and Grasmere in Wordsworth country.

4.Skelwith Bridge to Elterwater over Loughrigg Fell: a walk over Loughrigg Fell with a panoramic view of the Lake District.

Lake District
Yorkshire Dales

5. Airton - Malham Cove: a beautiful walk along the upper reaches of the River Aire combined with the dramatic limestone landscape of Malham Cove.

6. Malham to Malham Tarn and Gordale Scar: exploring many of the unique limestone features around Malham

7. Wharfedale; Linton to Kilnsey: exploring many of the features of this Yorkshire Dale

8. Upper Wharfedale: Arncliffe to Buckden: visiting the lovely villages of Arncliffe, Kettlewell, Starbotton, Buckden. and Litton in Littondale

9. Dentdale - A walk around Dent

10.Horton in Ribblesdale to Pen-y-ghent and Helwith Bridge : Pen-y-ghent needs no description; a lovely varied walk in Ribblesdale

11. Ingleborough - A classic walk around the second highest mountain in Yorkshire

12. Appletreewick to Simon's Seat - A much varied walk taking in the well known featre of Simon' Seat and part of the Dales Way through the Bolton Abbey Estate

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