Walks from the Leeds-Settle-Carlisle,
and other selected Railways
now resumed on a limited basis for members only
Please see the News
section for further information
Every weekend there are free
guided walks for the general public. The walks are of various
lengths and degrees of difficulty. They are all designed
to link up with train services from the Leeds area. For
details of the individual walks, please see the tables below.
All of the walks will have an experienced leader and backup.
These will meet you at the designated railway station.
The starting times of the trains from Leeds
(unless otherwise stated)
are given below within the relevant tables. You can check
these and find fares information by using the links opposite,
or you can ring National Rail Enquiries on 03457 48 49 50.
All you have to do is buy the appropriate rail ticket, get
on the train at your most convenient station and alight at
the designated station. You will then be met by the leader
and backup, who will explain the walk.
Please choose a level of walk with which you
are comfortable. If you are new to walking we recommend you
choose an easy grade until you discover your level of fitness
and the suitability of your equipment. If in doubt please
speak to the leader at the start of the walk. Please
click here for information about walk grades.
- ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
- Whilst leaders take
every care, your comfort and safety are your own responsibility
- The pace of the walk is appropriate to the distance
and the available time. We ask that walkers accept the
- Anyone getting ahead of the leader may be deemed to
have left the walk
- Dogs (on a short lead) are welcome on most walks,
but please check this website beforehand
- Good footwear and adequate clothing are essential
- Please carry enough food and drink for the day
- Under 18 year olds and any vulnerable adults to be
accompanied by a responsible adult
Leisurely walks at a gentle pace with regular stops for viewing
and refreshment. Any climbs will be of modest gradient and
These walks cater for the more experienced walkers. Expect
a full day's walk at a steady pace. The walk may well encounter
steeper gradients and more difficult terrain.
A full day's walk at a brisk pace, you probably will encounter
steep slopes and difficult terrain. The walk may
also include yomping and/or short scrambles. There could be
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