IlkleyStainburn

Ilksta one
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By a Slow Ways Volunteer on 07 Apr 2021


Distance

17km/11mi

Ascent

371m

Descent

344m

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Ilkley and Stainburn.

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Ilkley and Stainburn.

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Ilkley
Grid Ref SE1182247626
Lat / Lon 53.92465° / -1.82147°
Easting / Northing 411,822E / 447,626N
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Stainburn
Grid Ref SE2494448439
Lat / Lon 53.93150° / -1.62159°
Easting / Northing 424,944E / 448,439N
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Ilksta One's land is

Arable 7.5%
Pasture 67.4%
Urban 25.1%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018

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Stearsb

19 Jun 2023 Spring

I'm not sure about this route it is long and quite taxing, it passes through some wonderful countryside but it is very dull.

You will encounter stiles, gates, kissing gates, bridges, a railway crossing, stepping stones over the Wharfe, rough paths, minor roads, and nettles on this walk. There were fields containing cattle and sheep as well.

The initial section to Ben Rhydding was quite dull being along a busy road. There was a nice cafe in the center of Burley in Wharfedale, opposite the post office.

The route is uneventful, if a little tedious up until ///resembles.wardrobe.fluffed. The gate here has been deliberately been stopped from opening by barbed wire being wrapped around the gate. The footpath is on the local PROW map (North Yorkshre) so you could clime the gate of bring some wire cutters. I chose to follow a visible footpath to ///moisture.webcams.sofas and then head up the field (contained cows) to the original route at ///timer.wheat.minimums. I chose a route to keep away from the cows.

You then had a short walk along a very busy and narrow stretch of road (B6161) which wasn't pleasant.

As you approached Stainburn you pass through the church grounds which was very pretty.


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