Dales Way

The Dales Way crosses two national parks and takes you from the rugged magnificence of Yorkshire all the way to the majestic finery of the Lake District. 

This walk is full of diversity, beginning with lush meadowlands and black bordered moors of the Yorkshire Dales, to the luminous waters of Windermere and the splendour of the Lake District. 

300 million years in the making, the Dales Way is formed in the east from great slabs of limestone and to the west where landscapes were formed by the movement of the earth's surface, which pushed ancient rock to the surface creating the craggy hilltops, mountain tarns and glittering lakes of Cumbria.
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Hiking trail

Ilkley to Burnsall

Hiking trail Bolton Abbey
2017-12-07
moderate
20.9 km
5:30 h
82 m
13 m
by Macs Adventure,  Macs Adventure
Hiking trail Bridge over River Wharfe
2017-12-07
moderate
24.4 km
6:30 h
226 m
131 m
by Macs Adventure,  Macs Adventure
Hiking trail Dent Viaduct
2017-12-07
moderate
26.6 km
7:15 h
400 m
426 m
by Macs Adventure,  Macs Adventure
Hiking trail Sedburgh
2018-02-08
moderate
14.1 km
3:45 h
92 m
194 m
by Macs Adventure,  Macs Adventure
Hiking trail

Sedbergh to Burneside

Hiking trail Lune Viaduct
2017-12-07
moderate
25.4 km
7:00 h
255 m
307 m
by Macs Adventure,  Macs Adventure
Hiking trail Views of Lake District Peaks from Bowness
2017-12-07
moderate
15.5 km
4:15 h
245 m
253 m
by Macs Adventure,  Macs Adventure