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DalesRail Sunday 8th September 2019

Wensleydale

Sunday 8th September is your last chance to travel on DalesRail this year to sample the delightful Yorkshire Dales and Eden Valley and to take part in a guided walk led by one of the expert, volunteer walk leaders from the Lancashire Rail Ramblers. To date over 1750 people have travelled on DalesRail why not be one of them? This Sunday the focus is on Ribblehead and Wensleydale with a coach link being provided from Ribblehead.

Ribblehead station & 156464 the ‘Lancashire DalesRail’ unit – Richard Watts

Walk 1 – a strenuous B walk of 13 miles Alight and return Ribblehead
Askrigg – Lead Green – Arn Gill – Heugh – Birkin Gill – Woodhall – West End Farm – Nappa Mill – Worton – Brough Scar – Out Brough – River Bain – Countersett – Carlows – Common Allotments – Blackburn Sike – Gayle – Hawes. Coach to Askrigg/from Hawes.

 

Walk 2 – a moderate C walk of 12 miles Alight Ribblehead return Garsdale
Dales Way and Pennine Way: Gearstones – Cam End – West Gate – Cold Keld Gate – Ten End – Hawes – Coach from Hawes.

Walk 3 – a moderate D walk of 10 miles Alight and return Ribblehead
Hawes – Wether Fell – Marsett – Stalling Busk – Semerwater – Countersett – Burtersett – Hawes. Coach to/from Hawes.

Walk 4 – a moderately easy E walk of 8 miles Alight and return Ribblehead
Bainbridge – River Bain – Countersett – Carlows – Swallow Hole – Burtersett – Gayle – Hawes. Coach to Bainbridge/from Hawes.

 

Alternative walk for those not wishing to use the coach:

Horton-in-Ribblesdale Station – Richard Watts

Walk 5 – a moderate D walk of 9 miles Alight Ribblehead return Horton in Ribblesdale
Ribblehead Viaduct – Winterscales – Ellerbeck – Chapel le Dale – Pasture Rocks – New Close – Colt Park – Selside – Borrins – Horton in Ribblesdale.