If you are thinking of putting on your walking shoes this autumn, it’s worth paying a visit to the quaint market town of Hawes, which sits at the head of Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales. Located in the upper valley of the River Ure, Wensleydale is famous for its cheese and its main commercial production operates at Hawes. As well as the chance to sample some delicious cheeses, the area also boasts a wealth of wonderful walks around the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Here are just a few in and around the area that you can try.
9 wonderful Autumn walks to enjoy around Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales
You don’t have to travel far in Yorkshire to happen upon a beautiful walking spot, with the county offering miles upon miles of countryside to explore
By Claire Schofield
Friday, 2nd October 2020, 5:11 pm