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Come fly with Me!

One of our favourite walks is over to the hamlet of Feizor, there are a few routes you can take on footpaths. Also the Pennine Bridleway passes through, plus a little no through road that leads off the A65 west of Settle before the village of Austwick.

Apart from the most amazing tea room there “Elaines” another attraction set up there is Settle Falconry. 

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  1. Dales peatland ‘a stirring scene of restoration’

    Dales peatland ‘a stirring scene of restoration’

    An ‘enormous’ amount of restoration work is taking place at the most damaged blanket bog peatland in the National Park. Coir logs and dumpy bags of brash on Fleet Moss   Thousands of tonnes of coir, brash and stone have been brought this spring to Fleet Moss, Oughtershaw and Bleaberry – an area of moorland […]

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  2. New path near Ingleborough summit

    New path near Ingleborough summit

     A major engineering project is taking place near the summit of the famous flat-capped Yorkshire mountain, Ingleborough, in an effort to conserve important habitat for plants such as early purple orchid and bird’s eye primrose. The enduring popularity of the Three Peaks walking route has led to a 1.6 kilometre (one mile) stretch of path through Sulber […]

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  3. Local schools offered ‘outdoor learning experience’

    Local schools offered ‘outdoor learning experience’

    Bainbridge, 20 April 2021   Schools whose catchment includes part of the National Park are being offered a free full or half day of curriculum-based learning in the great outdoors this summer term. Teachers are invited to contact the Authority’s learning and engagement team to arrange a ‘Learn, Love, Explore’ experience. Subjects could include geography […]

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