Take in some of the best features of the Upper Wharfedale valley on this scenic fell run.
Discover a landscape of limestone pavement, glaciated valleys and flower-rich hay meadows in the glorious setting of the Yorkshire Dales.
A circular stroll through beautiful Langstrothdale starting at the ancient packhorse bridge at Yockenthwaite.
Enjoy spectacular views on a family-friendly walk along the River Wharfe from Buckden to Kettlewell in the Yorkshire Dales.
Circular walk on the fellside with classic views along the Wharfe valley, returning along the beautiful riverside path of the River Wharfe.
This high-level walk follows the exposed ridge separating Wharfedale and Littondale, commanding superb fellside views, and returning along the tranquil riverside from Buckden.
Get away from it all and enjoy this invigorating walk up Horse Head Pass and along the remote moorland ridge, with magnificent views of the Three Peaks.
This strenuous walk climbs to the top of Buckden Pike, heads along the ridge passing the Polish War Memorial and back down into Starbotton returning along the riverside.
Park your car at Yockenthwaite and enjoy a picnic by the river, followed by a potter along the bank while peering into pools or venture down into the valley bottom to see our small flower filled meadows surrounded by drystone walls.
We've ranger organised cycling activities, bike and build working holidays and the cycle route of the 2014 Tour de France for you to tackle.
Enjoy a ride into the wilds of upper Langstrothdale in Upper Wharfedale
We have an event to get you outdoors and in the fresh air so come and enjoy this spring around Upper Wharfedale, whatever your interests we hope our event tempts you to come and join us.
Follow the river from Kettlewell through Buckden along the Dales Way or take the higher route from Buckden Pike and get views of Pen Y Ghent, Ingleborough and many other peaks on your run.
Take a gentle stroll along the River Wharfe or stride out onto the higher peaks like Buckden Pike or Old Cote Moor.
From den building and geocaching to a weekend camping with our rangers who will show you the hidden secrets of this amazing area why not see what we've got coming up?
All of our walks are dog friendly so with miles of footpaths to explore, trees and walls to sniff and grass to roll in we think you'll both have a great day.
From guided walks exploring the limestone landscapes to navigating using a GPS device and even conducting river studies on the Wharfe. Our special place is great for outdoors learning.