The Dales High Way

The Dales High Way is a long distance walk that runs from Saltaire to Appleby In Westmorland, the route is 90 miles going through the Yorkshire Dales. The route covers 6 distinct sections which are Rombalds Moor, Malham Dale, Ingleborough, Dentdale, Howgill Fells and The Eden Valley. The route follows drovers ways, pack horse tracks and green lanes traversing the rolling Dales visiting secluded valleys going through picture postcard villages climbing the mighty Ingleborough the Whernside which are 2 of the Yorkshire 3 peaks   that offer breath taking views  over the glories’ Dales then reaching Sedbergh which is The Yorkshire Dales Book Town which is at the foot of the Mighty Howgill Fells the route traverses the range in one day with paramaniac mountain views to the Lake District then going along the limestone pavement of  Great Ashby Scar before reaching   journeys end at historic Appleby In Westmoreland

The route showcases the best of the dales, it showcases rolling countryside views, picture postcard villages and the wonderful geology of the dales including Limestone Crags and cascading waterfalls also boasts plenty of historic land marks such as Skipton Castle and the mighty Ribblehead viaduct

The Dales High Way is a superb walk through the Yorkshire Dales and makes an ideal walking holiday, Northern Guiding does a fully Guided walking Holiday along the entire route visit our webpage

https://www.northernguiding.co.uk/dales-high-way-walking-holiday