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Yorkshire Dales Teashop Walks by Jean Patefield

Yorkshire Dales Teashop Walks

Part of the Teashop Walks Series


Yorkshire Dales Teashop Walks by Jean Patefield

These 20 circular walks explore the natural beauty of Swaledale, Wensleydale, Nidderdale, Wharfedale and the Western Dales. There are riverside walks by the banks of the Wharfe and waterfalls at Hawes and the Strid. Other routes include hillside walks to the ancient town of Reeth; moorland walks at Brimham Rocks; the romantic ruin of Bolton Abbey; and the awe-inspiring landscape of the Malham area.

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Publication date

1st May 1997


Jean Patefield

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96 pages


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