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Otley Ringway Walk

37 km / 23 miles

N Yorks, W Yorks
The Otley Ringway was devised by Brian Watson. As the name suggests the walk is circular and follows a route around Otley and also Burley-in-Wharfedale, heading north to reach Denton and Askwith Moors. If you start at Menston the route goes vis Otley Chevin and down to Pool and in Pool it would go to past Lindley Wood Reservoir to Timble, then via Askwith Moors to Denton crossing the River Wharfe at Denton Bridge, up over Ilkley Moor and back to Menston.
From Ilkley almost to Pool it coincides with the Dales and Ebor Ways.

Schematic maps and a digital track file may be downloaded free by LDWA members below.


Details:

Path Type
Anytime Challenges
Attributes
Challenging; Moorland
Start and Finish
SE174441 - Menston Station, West Yorkshire
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Publications, Badges and Certificates:

Booklet
Otley Ringway Walk (Brian Watson)

Maps:

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Accommodation within 5 Km of this Path:

 
 
From Path
Along Path
Self-catering
Rose Cottage  (bookable online)
5 Km
8 Km
Camp Site
3 Km
15 Km
Hotels
The Timble Inn  (bookable online)
< 1 Km
16 Km
Self-catering
Bramble Cottage  (bookable online)
2 Km
26 Km
Other
Arthington Lodge  (bookable online)
3 Km
27 Km
Self-catering
Fir Tree Cottage  (bookable online)
3 Km
27 Km

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Downloads:

GPS Exchange Format Route File
Schematic Map - PDF
Tracklogs Route file

Route Profile:

36.8 Km (22.9 miles)
857 m (2,812 ft) ascent
298 m (978 ft)  maximum height