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Wild Yorkshire Way Tan Hill Inn Alternative

N Yorkshire

11 km / 7 miles
The Tan Hill Inn is a classic, the true highest pub in England, despite others claiming the same. The scenery on this diversion to the pub is wild and rugged, and dotted with remnants of old mine workings, so stick to the paths! If you're taking this route, it will extend the day to about 20 miles, so you may wish to sample the pub hospitality overnight. In the morning, you'll join the Pennine Way to head for Keld to rejoin the main route.


Path Type: Other Paths
Attributes: Other Paths
National Park
Start: NY862033 - Ravenseat, N Yorkshire View on StreetMap
Finish: NY895011 - Stonesdale, N Yorkshire View on StreetMap
Web Sites: Wild Yorkshire Way - Clockwise Wild Yorkshire Way - Anticlockwise


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OS Landranger Active 91, 92
OS Explorer 19, 30
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Accommodation within 5 km of this Path:

Bunk House
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Route Profile:

11.6 km (7.2 miles)
298 m (978 ft) ascent
542 m (1,778 ft)  maximum height

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