Looking south from Pen-y-ghent
Looking south from Pen-y-ghent

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Ancient
Tree Hunt

Whilst you're out and about why not get involved in 'The Ancient Tree Hunt'

Long Distance Trails . . .

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There are many excellent sites giving details of the popular national long distance routes particularly those that cross the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales so here are a few links that I hope you find useful

The Cleveland Way - National Trail
The Cleveland Way accommodation and srvices guide
OS map of the LWW route
Note:
The whole Cleveland Way is now available on Google Street View

Lyke Wake Club - details of the Lyke Wake Walk (The club closed on 1 October 2005)
The new Lyke Wake Club was formed to carry on the Lyke Wake traditions when the present club closed in 2005 but the original club was opposed to the formation of this new organisation

The Pennine Way Association The Pennine Way was the first official long distance footpath to be opened in Britain, and is undoubtedly the best known. It follows the central upland spine of England north from Derbyshire to the Scottish border.
The official Pennine Way website

Coast to Coast the whole route at Visit Cumbria
Coast to Coast The Sherpa Van Project
Coast to Coast Cycle Route guide

The Dales Way Association
The Dales Way - from The Walking Englishman

The 3 peaks of Yorkshire

Hambleton Hobble - details on a leaflet from the Lyke Wake Club

Offa's Dyke long distance path in the Welsh borders

Accommodation in Youth Hostels