A visit to Danby Moors Centre

There is lots to do and see at Danby, including the Inspired by Gallery at the Danby Moors Centre, Crow Wood, the Woolly Sheep tearoom and the Stonehouse Bakery.

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A circular walk around Danby and Castleton

This walk from Castleton or Danby stations, is about 5 miles in total. Or it can be split into a 1.5 mile route East of the river, or 3.5 miles taking in Lower Danbydale, behind the village of Ainthorpe.

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Walks between Commondale and Castleton

A series of paths between these two villages in Upper Eskdale offer a variety of walks on gently rolling paths, with stunning views across the dale and the moors beyond.

• A wheelchair-friendly linear route between Commondale and Castleton (or vice versa) approx 2 miles.
• A less frequented route on the west side of the valley between the 2 villages. Approx 2.5 miles with lots of stiles and muddy in wet weather
• A short 2 mile circular route from Castleton
• A short 2.5 mile circular route from Commondale
• A 5 mile figure of eight, or circular route starting at either village.

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Family Day out to Lealholm

There is plenty to do and see at Lealholm – an excellent pub, the village shop, two tearooms, a bakery, a craft shop, plant nursery and the idyllic River Esk. A fantastic day for all the family.

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