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Walking: A cracking little number in shadow of Ilkley Moor

The middle section of Wharfedale – centred around Ilkley and Addingham – has some superb walking country.

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Yorkshire's Flamingo Land is a wild family fun day out and it just got better - we have an amazing reader offer to save you up to HALF PRICE on family tickets!

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Time to try a tri: Top tips for beginner triathletes

Time to try a tri: Top tips for beginner triathletes

Triathlon: a word that strikes fear into couch potatoes everywhere. For many, the idea of swimming 1,500 metres, cycling 40k and running 10k back-to-back fills them with dread.

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Hardwick Hall.

Six of the Best: Weekend walks across Yorkshire

The Land Trust has kindly put together a list of spring and summer walks across the region to try out on your own or with the family.

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The Monster Truck you'll be able to ride at the event

VIDEO: Massive monster trucks set to perform at Yorkshire Post Motor Show on Father's Day

A slew of massive monster trucks are set to perform at the Yorkshire Post Motor show next month.

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Walking: It’s guaranteed – this walk is a top-drawer winner

This circuit feels a bit special – there is an ambience about it which just strikes the perfect note.

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Walking: An out-of-the-way rural oasis with something special

This circuit is a delight, weaving its way through a surprisingly-attractive landscape mainly untouched by the walking fraternity.

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Fountains Abbey.

Six of the Best: National Trust spring walks

Spring has sprung, the clocks have gone forward, so what better way to celebrate longer, lighter nights and the run up to summer than six National Trust spring walks

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Easy going by the side of Savin Royd Wood towards the paintballing centre.

Walking: Stepping back to the pastoral days before King Coal

A green and pleasant land has replaced what was once a coal-ravaged countryside in South Yorkshire.

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Walking: It’s time to hit North Yorkshire’s famed daffodil trail

What a stunning circuit through the North York Moors! Just the job as the new walking season gets under way with the arrival of spring.

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Walking: Quiet going in the foothills of the Yorkshire Dales

Here is a fine circuit through the foothills of the Dales – completely off the beaten track (you won’t see a soul!)

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Walking: A mysterious link with the Druids in a Yorkshire wood

This journey through a true “Cinderella” corner of North Yorkshire is a fine offering with marvellous views, unknown paths and sampling to the full the delights of a green and pleasant landscape.

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The final leg by the banks of the River Washburn.

Walking: A Washburn treat for winter time

In winter, the near-to-home Washburn Valley can always be relied upon to provide good sport.

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Walking: It’s wild and it’s woolly out west

By jove, but it can be wild and rugged in the South Pennines!

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Simons Seat from the descent path to Appletreewick.

Walking: It’s Yorkshire Dales walking at its very best

This happy, uplifting journey from Burnsall to the heights and wide open spaces of Appletreewick Pasture is outstanding.

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Before the mast... the route just beyond Silver Ings Farm.

Walking: A stroll around Yorkshire’s own Eiffel Tower

This very enjoyable circuit – through surprisingly-attractive countryside – is dominated throughout by the towering presence of the Emley Moor television mast.

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Walking: A bracing day out through the heather

What’s the difference between Burley Moor and Ilkley Moor? Nothing!

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Walking: Easy going in the land of delights

The lower Wharfe valley is full of delights for the walker and it is so convenient in these short days of winter.

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Walking: Step this way for a New Year treat

This is the ideal opportunity to stride into the New Year with all members of the family, young and old.

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Walking through the wood on the way from Barrowby Lane to the M1.

Walking: A Christmas stroll for all the family

What a lovely little circuit! Easy going, on the level, good waymarking, plenty of variety, nice scenery and hardly a soul in sight (not counting the odd golfer near the finish).

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