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The Inn Way... series of walking guide books by Mark Reid offer an enjoyable and unique approach to discovering the wonderful countryside of England’s North Country... as well as its wealth of hidden and unspoilt pubs.

The Inn Way - the Ultimate Pub Walks

Discover for yourself the rich and varied landscape of the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District, North York Moors, Northumberland and Peak District. Inspirational landscapes, beautiful villages, local food and drink, history and heritage, classic country pubs - it's what walking is all about.

Inn to Inn walking holidays

Spend several days walking from pub to pub through spectacular landscapes, travelling slowly and gently on foot, which allows more time to savour the special qualities that make these areas unique.

The Inn Way... to the Yorkshire Dales
76 miles, 6 days, 26 pubs

The Inn Way... to the Peak District
84 miles, 6 days, 51 pubs

The Inn Way... to the North York Moors
89 miles, 6 days, 31 pubs

The Inn Way... to the English Lake District
90 miles, 7 days, 44 pubs

The Inn Way... to Northumberland
94 miles, 6 days, 48 pubs

"His guides fuse local history, geography and geology with crystal-clear navigation."
The Sunday Times

"The latest book by acclaimed rambling scribe Mark Reid, it once again draws upon his extensive knowledge of the North Country's footpaths, historic villages and premiership boozers."
The Guardian

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Boots & Beer Walking Weekenders


Social Hiking, as it should be!

 

Evening entertainment (including pub quiz), choice of guided walks with Mark Reid, goodie bag & Black Sheep T-shirt, plus much more...

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Hill Skills & Outdoor Adventures

 

  • Map Reading courses
  • Navigation Skills weekends (NNAS)
  • Hill & Mountain Skills (Mountain Training)
  • Outdoor Adventure Weekends
  • Guided Mountain Walks
  • Corporate Team Events
  • Charity Challenge Walks


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NetWalking

NetWalking in Yorkshire


The inspirational way to grow your business. Think differently and join Mark Reid and a group of like-minded business people as we stride out through the Yorkshire countryside, with time to chat, think, reflect and discuss.

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Boots & Beer Walking Weekender, Yorkshire Dales

11/09/2017

Boots & Beer Walking Weekender
Kettlewell, Yorkshire Dales
8th - 10th September 2017

Based from the Racehorses Hotel at Kettlewell, 29 people met up on Friday evening for our Icebreaker (team architect - making a work of art out of paper clips, straws, paper and balloons!). On Saturday, the 'leisurely' walk head over to Littondale (and the Falcon Inn), whilst the Adventurous walk headed up onto Buckden Pike (702m), with its peat hags, abandoned lead mines and fantastic views. On Saturday night we had a Pub Quiz. On Sunday, the walks ranged from an easy flat riverside walk to the summit of Great Whernside (704m)!

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Mountains & Fells
of the Yorkshire
Dales Blog

Knoutberry Haw 676m & Tarn Rigg Hill (Baugh Fell) 678m

01/09/2017

8 mile route from Tom Croft Hill parking area along A684 up onto Baugh Fell (pronounced Barr Fell), to the twin summits of Knoutberry Haw and Tarn Rigg Hill, and then explored the various tarns, cairns and shelters on this vast and remote fell-top. 

Knoutberry Haw (676m) - SD 731 919
Tarn Rigg Hill / Baugh Fell (678m) - SD 714 916

Climbed: 01/09/17

Route: Tom Croft Hill parking area (SD 694 912), Garsdale Foot, Ringing Keld Gutter (wall), Ringing Kelds, Knoutberry Haw, Tarn Ring Hill, northwards passing tarns to cairn on Stony Rigg, west to shelter above Gill Head, west to cairns on Black Hill, north west to cairn on Area of Disused Workings on top of western escarpment of Baugh Fell, then south west to rejoin wall along Ringing Held Gutter and back down.

Weather: sunny spells, light winds, excellent visibility and cool on the tops

Map: OL19

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Knoutberry Haw





Tarn Rigg Hill (Baugh Fell)














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