Featured Route: Tan Hill & Swaledale
Ascent: 1,076m / 3,530ft
This is a tough route deep in the Yorkshire Dales wilderness so don't expect it to be easy, good navigational skills are required. That said, if you go prepared and know what you're doing you'll find this route is an amazing way to explore the northern part of the Yorkshire Dales. The fact that it ends at the Tan Hill Inn just makes it all that more perfect.
As mentioned, the route starts at the famous Tan Hill Inn, the highest pub in England. From here it takes you across the moors on clearly defined doubletrack. This doesn't last long though, the trail becomes less clear as you head out into the wilderness. After crossing the moor, the route drops you into...View route in full