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Explore panoramic views across the Yorkshire Dales

Explore panoramic views across the Yorkshire Dales

Grass Wood Trail

A mere 16 mile drive away lies the quaint village of Grassington, nestled upon the beautiful scenery of Upper Wharfedale. Buzzing with award-winning restaurants and walker-friendly cafes, Grassington is the perfect place to explore after a walk.

Starting from Grassington lies the Grass Wood Trail, not for the faint-hearted. With a distance of 4.5 miles, walker's should allow at least 2 hours for this hike. Considered a moderate walk, expect to be stunned by riverside scenery, stumble upon gorges & admire local birds such as oystercatchers & kingfishers.

Fancy the challenge? Don't forget some spending money for Grassington, and some sturdy shoes as the riverside walk can get a little muddy! Local parking can be found at the Grassington National Park Centre.

Grassington walk footpath
16 minute drive from Littondale*

Linton Falls Walk

Also located nearby the popular village of Grassington lies the spectacular Linton Falls, the largest waterfall on the River Wharfe making it a popular choice.

An easy stroll from the Grassington National Park Centre, this is a walk for all abilities, making it ideal for a quick stroll before exploring Grassington.

For those wanting more of a challenge, why not try out the charming circular route around Linton falls, visiting Linton itself. Measuring 3.5 miles, the walk is estimated to take about 2.5 hours.

Linton Falls
A charming circular route*

Old Cote Moor

For those experienced walkers wishing to spend a day admiring the stunning landscape of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, nothing quite compares to the Old Cote Moor Route.

Starting at Kettlewell, this high-level walk follows the ridge separating Littondale and Wharfedale, commanding panoramic views all around.

The walk takes you along the tranquil riverside of Buckden, a charming local village, providing the perfect pit-stop midway through the walk. At a distance of 8.7 miles and a predicted 4 hours, this walk is considered challenging with steep inclines.

Old Cote Moor
11 minute drive from Littondale*

*Images used may not always be seen on the walk/route.

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