Herriot Way – Circular 52 Mile walk around the Yorkshire Dales & free car parking ( see below)
Circular trail – Visting – Keld, Thwaite, Hawes, Aysgarth, Askrigg and Reeth
52 miles – 4 walking days
Experience the sights and sounds of the Yorkshire Dales described by James Herriot in his books ‘All Creatures Great and Small’.
The Herriot Way is a delightful walk around the northern Yorkshire Dales of Wensleydale and Swaledale. It is based on a holiday taken by James Herriot with his son.
Exploring the valley of Wensleydale and the home of Wensleydale Cheese in Hawes.
Visiting the wonderful Dales villages of Keld, Reeth, Aysgarth, Askrigg and Thwaite.
See the wonderful waterfalls of Keld, Hardraw Force and Aysgarth
Why not begin and finish your trip at Butt House and leave your car in our large car park for the duration of the walk?
The route splits into four daily stages of approximately 13 miles each between the villages of Keld,
Reeth Aysgarth and Hawes.
If you require a step by step map to walk the Herriot way we highly recommend 'Walking the Herriot way' by Stuart Greig. Many of our guests have found this book very good.