This half day gentle walk on the southern fringe of the Yorkshire Dales National Park is easily accessed from Skipton. Scenery varies from open moorland to forestry, and boasts far reaching views over the Ribble Valley. The route includes a gradual ascent of Flasby Fell before return across its southern slopes. The twin summits above Flasby include the Marilyn summit of Sharp Haw and the slightly lower Rough How, both worth visiting for their wide reaching vista and peaceful ambience.
Distance: 4 miles
Time: 2 hours
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Photo from Where2walk.co.uk