Barnard Castle figure of eight
Following river Tees to Egglestone Abbey,returning to Barnard Castle following Teesdale Way to Pecknell Farm and finishing at Bowes Museum
Rievaulx and Old Byland
Woodland, pastures and some road walking. On route passing remains of Rievaulx Abbey's local enterprises.
Wharfedale Villages and Limestone Moor
Grassington to follow Dales Way gently uphill before droppng to Connistone & Kilnsey. Now on Mastiles Lane for long but gentle climb on pasture to Green Haw Hill .Then good track over Boss Moor before descending by Moor Lane to return via Threshfield & Linton .
Leg Stretcher - Waterfalls of Aysgarth & West Burton
A delightful easy walk taking in the famous waterfalls of Aysgarth and lesser known, but none the less attractive, West Burton. Early May will see the surrounding trees and flowers at their best adding to the overall spectacle.The walk is principally over fields and paths. Cameras at the ready.
A gallop around Richmondshire Villages
Starting at the car park on the road to Ravensworth adjacent to Richmond old race course, walking across the gallops to High Gingerfield and on to Aske Moor. Dropping down to the historic village of Kirby Hill and then to Washton, Hartforth and Gilling West. Returning through the grounds of Aske Hall and Richmond golf course.
West Burton and West Witton
A circular walk with one early climb up a grassy hill a spectacular waterfall and a visit to the remains of the Knight's Templar Chapel. Combined with views over Wensleydale
Over The Edge
A circular walk starting from Reerh via Grinton & Marrick.Then following the path along Fremington Edge.After descending a steep path to Storthwaite Hall we will return to Reeth by the side of the Arkle Beck
Leg Stretcher Hutton Le Hole Circular
Explore the village of Gillamoor and the Hidden Valley of Douthwaite Dale and back to explore the delights of Hutton Le Hole walking on tracks through woods, fields,some hills and roads
A Circular walk from Thornton Rust
A delightful walk skirting Addlebrough, through Bainbridge and along the Ure, on to Askrigg and returning via Worton.
Crimdon, Blackhall Round
Crimdon to Hesleden via old railway, then field path and Castle Eden Dene to coast and back by Durham coastal path. Bring a torch!
Penyghent from Litton
From Litton walk up valley to Foxup before climbing Plover hill and onto Penyghent. Return by Rainscar farm and old monastic route to Litton.
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Leg Stretcher Barnard Castle and Lartington Hall
Leisurely walk on woodland and field paths with some road walking. One stile and several gates. No steep inclines
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Barningham South Circular
Silver hill, Burdies gill, Dalton hall and gill return Barningham moor
Good long distance views, field pathes/ tracks (two beck crossings one steep descent and one steep short ascent) few stiles some quiet road walking
Upper Swaledale Spectacular
Gunnerside Lodge on good moorland track to go doiwn Swinner Gill on c to C rote to Keld.Return over Kisdon to Muker .Return by Rampshome Bridge over R.Swale and Calver Houses.One steep descent and climb over Kisdon
Walk from Kirkby Stephen to The Moorcock Inn
Take the 10:21am train from Garsdale Station to Kirkby Stephen, and walk back toThe Moorcock Inn.
Up and Down the Tabular Way hills
Trek from Helmsley using the Tabular Way .Several sharp ascents /descents on good trails but could be muddy underfoot .Walking poles are recommended .
Join The Army
A walk through Catterick Garrison,the largest British Army base,over paths and fields through the villages of Colburn and Hipswell.
Black Hambleton Circuit
Starting at Square Corner near Osmotherley, then following the Cleveland way south over Black Hambleton & around Arden Hall to Mount Pleasant and onto Low Locker Wood.
Highroad to Boulby
A glorious walk from Cowbar to Boulby clifftop, the highest cliff on the East coast of England. We then head inland passing the Boulby Potash mine before heading back to Cowbar via Staithes, after an ice-cream stop. The walk is along clifftop paths, fields, forest bridleways, and small sections of quiet lane.
Hannah's Meadow walk
A walk in Hannah Hauxwell country
Newgate Bank dropping into Bilsdale via Helmsley Moor. Terrain is moorland, woodland and farmland.
It starts with a steep uphill to Smarber, then balcony path with glorious views and dropping down into Gunnerside Gill. Heading to Ivelet and then through the meadows and quiet lanes to Isles bridge
Ebor Way circular from Hovingham
Leave Hovingham on the Ebor Way for cicular walk via Terrington with gentle hills on mostly good foootpaths .
Dales Book Paper Trail
a walk tracing the places listed in the book about Askrigg and its history, including west mill, Helm, Bainbridge, Brough and Worton Scar and Nappa Hall. A number of stiles which will allow sufficient stops
Glaisdale and the Rocky roads
A Summer walk walking mostly on Lanes and tracks rising to exposed Moorland with Panoramic Views extending to the sea