Stay

Handpicked boutique luxury to family & pet friendly hotels.

Pitstops

An assortment of interesting stop off points along our walks.

Camp

A selection of campsites and glamorous camping locations.

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Make sure to take a map and compass, and know how to use them before going into our National Parks #BeAdventureSmart

trainNearest Train (or tube) Station(s):
Settle

Nearest Mainline Train Station:
Leeds

Remember to prepare properly before heading out on any type of walk or outdoor activity. Tell people where you are going and what time you are expected back. As Wainwright says “There’s no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing”.

Settle loop
Settle loop

Settle Loop Wheel Friendly Walk

The Settle Loop is a well-established route which was designed originally for cyclists and horse riders. 

This10-miles circular route includes a steep climb and there is some rugged terrain in places.  It is a wheelchair walk that requires a sturdy 4×4 all-terrain buggy, such as the TerrainHopper.  

The route, which starts in the Yorkshire Dales market town of Settle wonders through the Limestone uplands where the scenery is magnificent.  You will see glimpses of Malham Tarn, Pen-y-Ghent and Ingleborough. 

A well-earned pint can be savoured in The Lion Inn, Settle. The bar and restaurant is wheelchair friendly, though there are no wheelchair accessible toilets.  

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For the cream tea lovers, The Watershed Mill, Settle is worth a visit. A great place for retail therapy and all wheelchair accessible. 

For alternative walk around Settle, which is suitable for all wheelchair types is the Settle/Giggleswick river walk. 

 We stayed at the King William the  Fourth  Guest House, in Settle which an adapted ground floor room. 

Carpark: Ashfield Car Park, 8 Kirkgate, Settle BD24 9DZ

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