The Herriot Way is for a little known, but utterly brilliant, four day walk in the Yorkshire Dales. It is perhaps the best short long distance path in the UK, being perfect for the first time multi-day walker and great as a leg stretcher for those of us who love our long walks.
The route is based on a walk described by James Herriot, taken with his son, visiting the villages of Aysgarth, Hawes, Keld and Grinton. It was an area he knew well from his work as the most famous Yorkshire vet, and visits England’s highest waterfall, the beauty of Wensleydale, the summit of Great Shunner Fell, the impressive Bolton Castle and the high heather moorland above Swaledale.
The guide book is available from it’s dedicated website: www.herriotway.com
|Herriot Way Guide Book for UK customers (inc. UK Postage)||£10|
|Herriot Way Guide Book for European customers (inc. Air Mail)||£15|
|Herriot Way Guide Book for Rest of the World customers (inc. Air Mail)||£17|