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Sep 9, 2019 - Hawes to Aysgarth

14.1 Miles from Hawes to Aysgarth l woke to a rainy morning as promised by the weatherman and so dressed accordingly.After breakfast it was time to set off from lovely Hawes set 850 feet up in a high valley, to Aysgarth renowned these days for the scene in Kevin Costners film of 'Robin Hood Prince of Thieves' for the river crossing dispute with Little John. However before that it was to the local outdoors shop to purchase two new hiking poles. Now there's a story here. I have several sets of them at home usually bought for around £6 each...

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Jul 8, 2018 - Day 07 Horton-in-Ribblesdale -> Hawes

"Over Cam Fell and Dodd Fell - 14 miles (23km) Though there may not be any obvious highlights today, this is a very enjoyable section of the Way. It’s not too testing physically, route –finding is mostly easy and the views are plain wonderful. Though you follow old packhorse routes and Roman roads, you’ll see few signs of contemporary civilisation, instead mainly endless hills with grass swishing in the wind as a long, gentle ascent takes you over the Dales to a more abrupt drop into charming Hawes, the pot of gold at the day’s end. Some...

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May 21, 2012 - Cheese and Falls

Again it was a lovely day so we were on the road again into the dales. This time we headed to the village of Hawes where we visited the Wensleydale Creamery. As well as visiting the museum on the history of the creamery we visited the cheese shop. We tasted a whole range of different cheeses and of course stocked up the larder. The Wensleydale with Ginger was particularly good. We then drove through the small village of Askrigg where the TV series “All Creatures Great and Small” was filmed. We then explored Aysgarth Falls enjoying the walk...

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