The Inn Way to the Yorkshire Dales
Grassington, Skipton, South Dales

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The Inn Way to the Yorkshire Dales offers an alternative route through the stunning countryside, especially appealing to real ale lovers. The route takes walkers through towns and villages with traditional country inns, where welcome refreshments can be had!

The Inn Way to the Yorkshire Dales is a long distance circular walk via traditional country pubs. The route is aimed at people who love walking through the dramatic countryside of the Yorkshire Dales as well as its wealth of pubs and the walk can be completed by any reasonably fit person.

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This 76-mile circular tour begins in Grassington and takes six days to complete visiting 26 traditional Dales' inns along the way. It incorporates a variety of scenery from beautiful valleys, remote moorland, glacial lakes, Roman roads, castles, relics of the lead mining industry as well as some wonderful old- fashioned country pubs. You will get to know famous dales such as Wharfedale, Littondale, Wensleydale, Swaledale and Coverdale more intimately whilst following this route. The route covers some of the very best paths and tracks in the North York Moors and you will discover many picturesque villages and scenery. Ranging from the vibrant expanses of purple heather moorland, hidden valleys and windswept ridges to the dramatic glacial meltwater channels.

Guide Book & Maps The walk is signposted by the National Park Authority,...

 

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