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Otley to Guiseley

Group: Keighley
Date: Sunday 7 July 2013
Start gridref: SE205441
Nearest town: Otley
Start time: 10:30am
Grade: Moderate
Distance: 6 miles
Longer description: Meet at the Surprise View CP, York Gate, on top of Otley Chevin opposite the Royalty pub. Glorious views from the start of this circular which takes us around an area few of us visit to walk, but you`ll be surprised how pleasant it is. For more information contact the walk leaders
Contact name: Michael & Rosemary
Contact phone: 0113 266 4846
Contact email:

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Information about the organising Group

(WR08) Keighley Group

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Phone: 01535 655524
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General Note

Walks highlighted with the Get Walking Week logo are free and open to all. They're run by Ramblers Groups and projects and Walking for Health schemes to help everyone discover the joys and benefits of walking.

Other walks listed here are intended primarily for Ramblers members. Non-members are welcome to join us on two or three walks, though if you walk with a group regularly you'll be expected to join the Ramblers.

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