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Howgills Walks,
Walking Routes & Hiking Trails

The Howgills walks listed below cater for walkers of all abilities from easy low-level walks to the high fells. All walks are free to download and print and all routes have GPS files. Most of the Howgill Fells lie within the Yorkshire Dales National Park but some of the northern fells lie outside the boundaries. The walks reach all the major summits including the Calf which is the highest point in the area. One of the highlights of these fells is Cautley Spout, which after heavy rain is a spectacular waterfall. The Howgill fells can be confusing in poor visibility so care should be taken when cloud obscures the summits.


 
WalkDescriptionGradeMiles
1387Cautley Spout from Cross Keyseasy2.00
1393★☩Yarlside from Cross Keysmoderate4.00
3006★☩Cautley Spout & The Calf, from Cross Keys, Sedberghmoderate5.50
1839★☩Blease Fell & Hare Shaw from Tebayeasy/mod5.70
1342★☩Randygill Top from Weasdale, Howgillsmoderate6.00
3008★☩Winder & Arant Haw from Sedberghmoderate7.00
3007★☩Fell Head & The Calf, from Howgill, near Sedberghmoderate7.50
1616★☩Bowderdale and the Calfmoderate10.00
2438★☩Cautley Spout & the Calf from Sedberghmoderate10.00
1196★☩The Calf from Sedberghmod/hard10.50

★ GPS file    ☩ Route profile

 

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