Friday 23rd September

Walk 5 - Grimwith and Troller's Gill

Length 13m; Grade - Strenuous; Price £10

Description: A little out of Nidderdale, but a truly magnificent walk. Reservoir, moorland and river with a surprise at the end. If you've never visited Troller's Gill, it really is worth the effort. Also, an opportunity to visit Stump Cross Caverns (and its Tea Room!) at the end. This is a circular walk from Stump Cross with car share to the start.

 

Walk 6 - Saints, Alms & Charity - Hebden via Linton Circular  WALK FULL

Length 10m; Grade - Moderate; Price £10

Description: Starting from Hebden, this beautiful scenic walk heads to Burnsall passing the dramatic Loup Scar rapids. Leaving Burnsall we head for the hidden village of Thorpe, and on to Linton where we stop for lunch on the village green. The return route is via the (other Linton), crossing the spectacular waterfalls, then a leisurely riverside stroll along the tree lined Wharfe back to Hebden. Car share to start. Bring a packed lunch (there will be a tea shop opportunity at the end).

 

Walk 7 - Guisecliffe Circular

Length 6m; Grade - Moderate; Price £5

Description: Join local resident Jenny for a circular walk from Pateley Bridge. Farmland, folly, moor, woodland and river all in just 6 miles, with some fabulous views. Some steep ascents and muddy in places. Bring a packed lunch.

 

Walk 8 - Nightwalk of Dale Edge - Soup & Astronomy  WALK UNAVAILABLE

Length 12m; Grade - Strenuous; Price £10

Description: A classic local circular route that starts in Upper Nidderdale and takes in the amazing Dale Edge path. As it will be done at night, the remoteness of the walk should offer opportunities for stargazing with Gordon, our ‘tame’ astronomer. Hot drinks provided approximately half way round! Bring a head torch if you have one but it's also an opportunity to try out the latest from Sypeland Outdoors! Circular with car share to start.

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