Walking The Herriot Way

The Herriot Way is a circular 52 miles #longdistancewalk in the #YorkshireDales, the walk takes its name from a fictional vet called #JamesHerriot He is based on a real live vet called Alf Wright who worked in the #YorkshireDales they also made a T.V Series many of the locations the walk goes through, in his book called James Herriot Yorkshire he describes a walk that goes through the #Dales of #Wensleydale and #Swaledale.

Along the walks length we visit high open fells  Crossing #GreatShunnerFell at 716  meters high is the 3rd highest point in #Yorkshire, rolling Heather moorland and Valleys and also going past historic monuments and going through industrial wilderness from gone by days, the walk also takes in #HardrawForce highest waterfall in England and going through pretty Dales Villages like #Reeth capital of upper Swaledale, Reeth is also a stop over on the #Coasttocoastwalk, #Keld which is also a stop over on the coast to coast walk, it is also a stop over on the #Pennineway first long distance path in the UK, four miles from Keld there is the world famous #Tanhillinn Highest pub in England, #Aysgarth famous for its waterfalls and #Hawes highest market town in  Yorkshire also famous for #Wensleydalecheese, the walk can be broken down into four days. It is a fantastic introduction to the #Yorkshiredales also it is a nice walk for a #guidedwalkingholiday