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September 2023

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2023 Walks
Geoff Wall
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2023 Walks

A wide range of walks, with something for everyone.

Our walking programme has been agreed and we hope you will find something to tempt you to join us at the Festival this September.  We will be finalising some details before booking opens in June, but we hope you will agree that there is "something for everyone" with some old favourites, and plenty of new walks. 

After two years visiting the high level routes in Wensleydale and Swaledale we have decided to look further afield to offer some new options.  These include Cross Fell, the highest point on the Pennine Way, High Cup Nick, not visited for a number of years now, and as a change from our usual focus on the Northern Dales we have decided to visit one of our local icons on the edge of the North York Moors - Roseberry Topping and Captain Cooks Monument. But the more local hills have not been forgotten. The leg of the Swale Watershed that had to be cancelled in 2022 because of the Queen's funeral is back in the programme and we will also be re-visiting Tan Hill

We have themed some "Discovery Walks" looking at various aspects of landscape management and conservation.

And as usual there is an eclectic mix of other walks of varying lengths spread across the area.

We look forward to seeing you later in the year.

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