Walk 1: Winder and the Calf walks

Winder and Sedbergh from Holme Knot

Winder dominates the north side of Sedbergh. Behind it lies the huge mass of the quiet, hidden Howgill fells rising to the highest point at The Calf. ... More

Walk 2: Farfield Mill

Farfield Mill

A lovely walk along the river Rawthey to Farfield Mill Arts & Heritage Centre, with a choice of return routes. ... More

Walk 3: Akay Wood and River Rawthey

The Pepperpot

A popular circular walk at any time of year visiting “the Pepperpot”, Akay Wood, the ancient Akay Oak then following the banks of the ... More

Walk 4: Sedbergh School Walk

Winder and Sedbergh from Holme Knot

A walk exploring the main features of Sedbergh School. A mix of hard surfaces and grassy paths, which can be muddy after rainfall. ... More

Walk 6: Along the fell wall

Along the fell wall above Sedbergh

An enjoyable short wall following the fell wall along the lower edge of Winder fell, providing fine views over the town to the dales beyond. ... More

Walk 7: Brigflatts Quaker Meeting House

Brigflatts Quaker Meeting House

A walk along the river Rawthey to the beautiful hamlet of Brigflatts with its ancient Quaker Meeting House, returning across fields to Sedbergh. ... More

Walk 8: Dent Circular from Sedbergh

Dent Village

A long but superb walk to Dent village. Crossing over low fell country with stunning views before making its way back to Sedbergh down beautiful ... More

Walk 9: Cautley Spout Walks

Cautley Spout waterfall

Cautley Spout is a spectacular waterfall close to Sedbergh. England’s highest waterfall above ground, it tumbles 200 metres in a series of cascades. ... More

Walk 10: Millthrop, Rash and Abbot Holme

Abbot Holme Bridge

A lovely walk passing through Millthrop then over the hill to lower Dentdale, returning via Rash Mill and the ancient bridge at Abbot Holme. ... More

Walk 11: Dales Way, Luneside & Craggstones

Lune Viaduct

A lovely circular walk starting along the Dales Way and visiting the rivers Rawthey and Lune before returning along the bottom edge of the fell. ... More