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        StatementSigma Leisure
        PublishersSigma Leisure
        LC ClassificationsSeptember 1996
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 124 p. :
        Number of Pages74
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        ISBN 101850584656

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Get your walking boots on for the Penistone Hill Geology Trail, where sculpture and geology combine to create a fascinating walk through a long forgottenchapter of the South Pennines industrial heritage. Guided Discovery Walks Immerse yourself in the landscape of the Yorkshire Dales on a Muddy Boots Discovery Walk. Walkers set off from the village of West Burton at dusk along a short but steep route, passing a waterfall, woodland and rocks with fossils, before reaching the summit to watch the sunset.

Kirkby Lonsdale TWO-DAY ROUTE 1.

Muddy Boots Walking Holidays

The walks are as stunning around thewith around 2,300 km of paths and tracks, it's a walker's and cyclist's paradise. Known locally as the "Devil's Punchbowl", local legend has it that the ampitheatre was made by a giant, who scooped up a large ball of earth and tossed it aside to create a nearby hill. Enjoy Yorkshire walking holidays in the heart of the Dales National Park when you stay at this three-bedroom cottage, which has a unique quirk of being on a working sheep farm.

The location of the salt works was probably determined by the availability of timber that could be burned to heat the kilns — and by the water-evaporation-inducing wind speeds sometimes more than 70mph near the cliff edge. A shorter option is the evening walk in Bishopdale. The same company also runs try dives in a swimming pool ages eight-plus and Padi open-water courses 10-plus ; both when restrictions allow.

Running for 400m with a height of 32m, the structure casts a beautiful silhouette against the bleak mountains behind it. As our route takes you through the slower-moving B roads of the Dales, we pass Hardraw before taking a left and following Cliff Gate Road, which forms Buttertubs Pass. Wire-O spiral binding allows the book to lay flat and be folded back on itself without damage.

From easy, family-friendly strolls, to trails requiring moderate effort, as well as more challenging hikes with spectacular views.

All boats carry up to 10 people and have indoor and outdoor seats, a mini-kitchen and a toilet. Discover remnants of the lead mining industry set within the beautiful, diverse landscape of Upper Wharfedale.

There is also a two-hour session for families, suitable for age eight and above the other courses are for age 12-plus. As this walk crosses the Craven fault line the drama of the landscape is enhanced.

How new archaeological discovery in Yorkshire could rewrite British prehistory

Living and working in the Yorkshire Dales, we have used our in-depth local knowledge to design unique routes along the paths less trodden, which let you experience famous highlights of the Yorkshire Dales as well as discovering our favourite secret spots.

Walking trail Head into Grange Wood, a craggy wooded knoll above the village of Grange in the Borrowdale valley, and discover a landscape which made a lasting impression on fell walker and author Alfred Wainwright. We headed up to the Yorkshire Dales on what was one of the busiest weekends of the summer.