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The Yorkshire Dales Festival

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Looking across farmland above Helwith Bridge towards Pen y Ghent. 23 June 2009.
Tech Details. Nikon D2Xs, 17-55mm Nikkor, 124th sec @ f8. Polarising filter.
Picture Bruce Rollinson

: a day of stunning walks and trail runs

The beautifully dramatic landscape of the Yorkshire Dales will be the setting for an exciting day of trail runs and walks on Sunday 21st August. Starting in Settle, participants can choose to take part in a 5, 16, or 26 mile walk or 5 or 16 mile trail run.

Whether you want to challenge yourself with a trail run or you would like to enjoy a steadier walk with the whole family, the Yorkshire Dales Festival is the perfect way to get out and get active in the great Yorkshire countryside.

Find out more and grab your tickets now: https://www.runforall.com/events/yorkshire-dales-festival/yorkshire-dales-festival/

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