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The North of England has possibly the most varied walking country in Britain. Ranging from rugged mountains and waterfalls to gentle dales threading between wild moorland. Please enjoy this selection of places visited during our holidays.

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Slaters Bridge Slaters Bridge in Little Langdale, a sturdy arch of slate stone overlooked by rugged fells

South Lakeland holiday

Smearsett Scar Smearsett Scar, a wonderful walk on herb-rich turf between outcrops of white limestone

Western Dales holiday

Helvellyn, one of the highest mountains in England with routes ranging from pony track to narrow rock ridges like the well-known Striding Edge

North Lakeland holiday

Helvellyn Addlebrough, a commanding height with stunning views along the length of Wensleydale

Herriot's Dales holiday

Above Wensleydale
Above the Eden Valley The North Pennine moors are often referred to as England's Last Wilderness

Eden Explorer holiday

River Irthing Crammel Linn is Northumberland's biggest waterfall

Hadrian's Wall holiday

Hadrian's Wall follows the crest of the Whin Sill ridge as it undulates through the wild Northumberland countryside

Hadrian's Wall holiday

Hadrian's Wall Askrigg in Wensleydale was the inspiration for James Herriot's fictional village of 'Darrowby'

Herriot's Dales holiday

Askrigg, Wensleydale

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