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Ilkley & Ilkley Moor

The Dales Way - Ilkley to Bolton Abbey return on Dales Bus
This is widely recognised as the first leg of the famous Dales Way Walk from Ilkley to Windermere (80 miles). Route follows the River Wharfe (arguably England’s most beautiful river. You pass the village of Addingham before entering the Yorkshire Dales National Park


THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW.
 
Distance
6.5 miles/10.5km
Height Gain
131m
Grade
Cycle Grade
OS Map Number
OS Explorer map 297 (Lower Wharfedale & Washburn Valley)
Car (Parking)
Stiles
Steps
Circular
Linear
Start Point
The Old Bridge (on the Wharfe). Stockeld Road Ilkley
Nearest Town
Ilkley
Public Transport
WYMetro : www.wymetro.com or 0113 245 7676.
Toilets on Route
Toilets located close to start point where some road parking is available.
Nearest Refreshments
Many in Ilkley, including the Yorkshire's favourite Anglo Swiss tea room, Betty's. Teashops at Bolton Bridge & Bolton Abbey Village
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