The Dales Way is a long distance path that runs for nearly 100 miles from industrial Leeds in West Yorkshire, to the shores of Lake Windermere in the Lake District, Cumbria. The main section passes through the magnificent Yorkshire Dales National Park, with its windswept moors and limestone pavements, its rocky gorges and lush, fertile valleys.
The Dales Way
Essential information for anyone intending to undertake this long distance trail in Northern England between Ilkley and Windermere.
Dales Way Association
Membership is open to all who have walked, or plan to walk, the route, or care about its future. Includes details of their annual handbook, news of the route, and a directory of services.
The Dales Way from Ilkley to Bowness on Windermere
A brief description with photographs and links to attractions on route.
Last update:January 2, 2007 at 21:52:19 UTC