Harrogate Walks

Cauldron Falls

West Burton, Leyburn, DL8 4JP

Found in the village of West Burton, is a beautiful small waterfall known as Cauldron Falls. The waterfall gains its name from the Cauldron-like plunge pool that has formed underneath the falls over time.

These Falls are beautiful to visit all year round, during heavy rainfall, they waterfall can be enjoyed in full sleight. On clearer days, when the Cauldron is low, the full pool is clear to see.

West Burton itself can be found in one of the little dales off of Wensleydale. This area is great for those looking to tour waterfalls as it is not far from Aysgarth.

Cauldron Falls

Brimham Rocks

Brimham Rocks Rd, Summerbridge, Harrogate HG3 4DW

Situated in the Brimham Moors, 8 miles North-West of Harrogate, as you walk through the 454-acre moor, you will be greeted by areas of birch woodland, as well as wet and dry heathland.

Formed over 325 million years ago, the Brimham Rocks are known for their water and weathereroded rocks. It is well worth a visit, to view these magnificent naturally formed stones.

Parking is available from £6 for 4 hours for a car.

Brimham Rocks

Greenhow and Nidderdale Way

Greenhow Village, HG3 5JQ

This circular walk takes you through the rolling high pastures and moorlands of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Beauty.

As you follow the route of path and stone track, the walk will reward you with views of the Moorland, dissected by a series of becks and streams.

The 3 and a half hour walk is very exposed in the moorlands, so be sure to bring plenty of water, and food as well as the normal essentials for a trail such as this.

Greenhow and Nidderdale Way

Harrogate Ringway


A trail encircling the spa town at a radius of 3-4 miles, mostly on attractive country paths. Can be divided into shorter stages or linked with Knaresborough Round to form a 36 mile route.

The Kestrel

Ladies Riggs & Ashfoldside

Showground Car Park, Bewerley, Harrogate, HG3 5HW

Enjoy this local classic of a walk to get a taste of all that the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has to offer. An easy to follow route that goes from fields to fells to moorland and industrial heritage before gently following a stream back down to Pateley Bridge, this route features a popular section of the Nidderdale Way.

This traffic free and dog friendly route offers a good climb at its start and fantastic views across Nidderdale.

The Kestrel

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