The dangerous Sprint Bridge Road.
An alternative footpath has been upgraded and the broken gates and stile have been repaired as per the map below.
Turn right at the telegraph pole, ignoring the notice “Dales Way straight on”
Cross the access bridge to Sprint Mill cottage.
Follow the footpath.
Exit the farm road from Tenement Farm.
Turn left and proceed into Burneside.
Yorkshire Dales coach company, A S Coaches are well known locally for their walks programme. Walkers can enjoy a day’s guided walking with the benefits of transport to and from the trail.
Amanda Burton, co-owner of the company and walk leader told us,” Many people who join my walks have become regulars and friends too – how wonderful walking is”.
Last year Amanda led a series of day walks along the Dales Way and she’s repeating the idea this spring, this time along sister route A Dales High Way.
“Following the great success we had walking the Dales Way as a series of day walks last year we’ve decided to tackle A Dales High Way,” said Amanda.
A Dales High Way is a tougher route than the Dales Way but Amanda assures walkers that the pace will be leisurely and the atmosphere friendly.
The walks are starting on Saturday May 3rd with the 8 mile section from Saltaire to Ilkley. Further dates booked so far are:
- Sat May 3rd Saltaire to Ilkley (8 miles)
- Sat May 17th Ilkley to Skipton (11 miles)
- Sat May 31st Skipton to Malham (12 miles)
- Sat June 14th Malham to Stainforth (10 miles)
- Sat June 28th Stainforth to Chapel-le-Dale (11 miles)
Each day costs £15 including coach travel from the Pateley Bridge area, Grassington and Skipton. A S Coaches are flexible about pick ups so do get in touch with them.
So if you fancy walking A Dales High Way this spring or you’d like more information give Amanda a ring on 01423 711252 or email email@example.com
The DWA renewal of our Information boards has now been completed. Seven of the original boards have been replaced in their original positions with new frames where necessary. With the help of Paul Wilkinson, YDNPA Area Ranger (Cumbria) and Sedbergh local council a new board has been installed next to the bus stop in Sedbergh. Another new board is to be erected in Burneside village when the frame has been completed.
– Alex McManus (footpaths).