Explore the fascinating dry limestone ravine of Trollers Gill, the legendary home of a barguest, a black spectral hound with eyes that can turn people to stone, and stop for an acclaimed ‘LOVE Brownies’ brownie on the site where they are made with fantastic views of the Wharfedale countryside, as well as taking in plenty of beautiful scenery in between.
TIME and DATE: 9.30am to 2.30pm on 2 April 2022
DISTANCE: 8 miles/13km (357m ascent)
DURATION: 5 hours
TERRAIN: A mixture of broad, walled tracks, classic farmland, a short road section, riverside walking and a rocky section through the gill!
MEETING POINT: Burnsall car park
Our social walks give you the chance to explore new areas, enjoy the fresh air and stunning scenery, learn more about the Dales and meet new people, all without needing to read a map or follow instructions!
Places are limited to keep group sizes small and the experience personal. Your walk leader, Matt, will organise the route (and make sure you don’t get lost!), as well being on hand to answer any questions about the landscape, geology, flora and fauna of the area, so all you need to do is turn up and enjoy the walk!
We have a variety of routes in locations across the Dales and of varying levels of difficulty, so there is something to suit everyone, whether you live locally, are visiting the Dales for the day or are on holiday.
|Tickets||£25 per person (under 18s free)|