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Town and Village Trails

Take a stroll around to discover hidden "ginnels" and fascinating buildings by following a town or village trail.

Skipton Millennium Walk Skipton Millenium Walk allow 2.5 hours to follow the whole way-marked route , or choose a small section.
Discover the wilderness, bull baiting stone and statue of Yorkshire Cricketer Fred Trueman. Plenty of places along the way to take a break, choose a quiet bench at the side of the canal or in Aireville Park or visit one of the pubs en route for refreshments.

Settle Town Trail 2 Settle Town Trail allow 1 to 1.5 hours if including the Tot Lord Trail and Castleberg Rock.
Find where the Smithy works and see the branding marks, walk to the view point for a great view over the Town, spot the date stones and warehouse hoists.
Illustrated trail from Settle Tourist Information Centre .

 Ingleton Village Trail Ingleton History Trail discover the connection with Sherlock Holmes, find the Hoffman Kiln. Booklet available from Ingleton Tourist Information Centre

Bentham Town Trail Bentham Heritage Trail three  walks of 2, 5 and 9 miles.
Visit the Great stone, find the mosaics.Look out for information boards along the way. Leaflet available from Bentham Visitor Information Point

Grassington Village Grassington Village 101 things to see and do on a walk through Grassington a book by Andrew Goldthorpes is available from shops in the village.
Or try the Lead Mining trail, details from Grassington Yorkshire Dales National Park Centre.