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Sulber Gate & Crummack Dale from Austwick
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Photo from the walk - Sulber Gate & Crummack Dale from Austwick

Nat Park - Yorkshire Dales - Lower Ribblesdale

County/Area - North Yorkshire

Author - Mike Bexley

Length - 9.5 miles / 15.4 km

Ascent - 1300 feet / 394 metres

Time - 6 hours 0 minutes

Grade - moderate

A brilliant Yorkshire Dales walk from Austwick that offers superb views across the wonderful limestone scenery in the area including Ingleborough, Pen-y-ghent and extensive limestone pavements. The route offers relatively easy walking with easy navigation for most of the walk. A GPS File is available for download (see walk description).


 

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