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Dales Way Association

THE DALES WAY VIDEO STILE GUIDES

The Dales Way is generally pretty easy to follow, though you should always carry an up-to-date guidebook and map. However, sometimes walkers may take a wrong turn.

Alex McManus - The Dales Way Association's Footpaths Officer - has put together a video compilation of each of the sections where walkers very occasionally go astray, Each short film shows the route by every stile, gate, bridge and fingerpost. Enjoy!

View a detailed Dales Way route map here (opens in seperate window).

The Dales Way Footpath in Cumbria. By stile, bridge and finger post.

 


Part 1: Crook of Lune Bridge to Grayrigg Foot.

 


Part 2: Grayrigg Foot to Burneside.

 


Part 3: Burneside to Staveley.

 


 

 

A very useful downloadable guide to places on the Dales Way where people sometimes take a wrong turn can be found in "Where did it all go wrong, George?"

 

The Dales Way Association, PO Box 334, Shipley, BD18 9DZ