Third comes a short stroll in Arkengarthdale, starting at the village of Langthwaite
Our second walk in the Dales takes us up Whernside, the highest mountain in Yorkshire
We follow this with a walk up Ingleborough from Horton in Ribblesdale
Walk four talks us up Penhill from West Burton, with great views over Wensleydale
Walk five visits the top of Kisdon, at the western end of Swaledale.
Sixth in an ascent of Great Whernside from Kettlewell in Whernside.
Walk seven completes our look at the Three Peaks, and is a quiet walk on Pen-y-Ghent
Walks eight and nine are both in Ribblesdale - one around Horton and one further down at Langcliffe and Stainforth
Our tenth walk in the Dales visits Malham Cove, Malham Tarn and Gordale Scar, three of Yorkshire's most famous landmarks.
Our second ascent of Great Whernside begins from the top of the pass between Coverdale and Wharfedale
Our eleventh walk in the Dales is really just over its western border, and visits Pendragon Castle in Mallerstang.