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Return to Yorkshire to walk the Dales Way

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A couple of years ago, my family went to the UK and spent several days in Yorkshire. We did one short walk out of Grassington, and since then I've wanted to return to go on a long distance trail. I now have the chance to go with a friend next summer to do the Dales Way. It's my second long distance walk in the UK (after the Cotswold way) and her first. I'll be arriving from France and she'll be flying over from Seattle. We both plan to fly into Manchester and then train to Ilkley, where we'll meet.

We are still planning out our route, but right now it looks like:
Ilkley to Burnsall to Hubberlhome to Dent to Sedbergh (Malabar) to Burnside to Bowness

We will be using a service to transport our luggage, so will just be carrying daypacks. I would love to get suggestions for b&b's, hotels, restaurants along the way.

We end in Bowness but would like to take public transport to somewhere else in the Lake district for a couple of nights after our walk. Any suggestions for us?

After we're done, we will take the train back to Manchester for a final night before we fly home. I would love a couple of restaurant suggestions and an idea of an area to walk around.

Jennifer

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