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Wensleydale from Great Shunner Fell

The Northern Fells Area,
The Yorkshire Dales National Park,
North Yorkshire, England

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Wayne Hill (80 of 94)

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Walk ny149 Great Shunner Fell from Hawes

The Pennine Way - and superb views of Hawes

Route Summary: - Hawes, The Pennine Way, The Herriot Way, Haylands Bridge, The River Ure, Hardraw, Hardraw Force, Hearne Coal Road, Hollin Hill, Bluebell Hill, Blea Pot Plain, Hearn Top, Bleak Haw, Hearne Head, Great Shunner Fell, Little Shunner Fell, Pickersett Mea, Fossdale Moss, Grimy Gutter, Lovely Seat, Coal Gill Hags, Abbotside Common, High Clint, High Pasture Gate, Shutt Lane, Sedbusk, Hawes.

Length: 22km (13¾ miles) | Ascent: 710m (2330ft) | Allow at least: 7¼hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Hard

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