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Best of the Six Dales Trail (3) Masham - Middleham
Date: Saturday 1 June 2013
Start gridref: SD 712 092
Nearest town: Bolton
Start time: 8am
Distance: 10 miles
Longer description: The Six Dales Trail in North Yorkshire runs for 38 miles through the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty from Otley in Wharfedale to Middleham in Wensleydale.
The A walkers will start their walk at Healey and walk via Breary Banks and the Leeds Pals Memorial. The B walkers will start near Gollinglith and the both sets of walkers head for the small town of Middleham with its historic castle, having passed Jervaulx Abbey on the way.
There is a shorter 8.5 mile option.
Contact name: Doreen
Contact phone: 01204 651 671
Meeting place: Bolton Lads & Girls Club, Spa Road, Bolton
Contact phone no (for enquiries): 01204 651671
Additional info: This is a coach ramble. Call 01204 651671 to book.Packed lunch is necessary. Pub and/or cafe at end of the walk
Information about the organising Group
(MR01) Bolton Group
The Bolton group organises local walks using public transport and coach trips to do linear walks further afield.
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