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 Public Transport Walks in North Yorkshire

It may well be possible to do any of my walks using public transport if you are prepared to walk far enough from the last point where public transport connects. However, one has to be reasonable and I have only listed below those of my North Yorkshire walks where access is sensibly feasible. How feasible depends on timing and where you are starting from and a useful tool for working out your public transport journey is http://www.yorkshiretravel.net

Walk Title

Public Transport Option

Cowling to Keighley Moor and The Hitching Stone Cowling is on the main A6068 which via the A629, links Keighley, Skipton and Colne. Cowling can be accessed by bus from any of these locations.
Crayke to Oulston Crayke can be accessed by bus from Easingwold.
Dacre Banks to Birstwith Harrogate to Pateley Bridge buses call at Dacre Banks
Elslack to Pinhaw Beacon Buses run from Skipton to Colne. Alight at the Tempest Arms.
Gargrave to Airton On the main A65. Buses from Skipton and Settle.
Gargrave to East Marton Gargrave is on the main A65. Buses from Skipton and Settle. East Marton is on the A59 and the walk could be started there from the Cross Keys. Buses Skipton/Clithroe.
Gargrave to Flasby On the main A65. Buses from Skipton and Settle.
Hackfall to Galphray The three villages included in this walk, Galphray, Kirkby Malzeard and Grewelthorpe, are all served by a bus route from Ripon. As it is a circular walk, you could start the walk from any of these places.
Howardian Hills from Terrington Buses routes  from York and Malton to Terrington.
Lothersdale Loop Buses run between Skipton and Colne. Alight at Thornton-in-Craven and join the walk route there.
Lund's Tower and Cowling Pinacle Buses run from Skipton and Keighley to Sutton in Craven where the walk starts.
Masham to Druids Temple Masham can be accessed by buses from Ripon, Northallerton, Bedale and Leyburn.
Markington Circular Markington is served by the Harrogate/Ripon buses.
Nidd Gorge and Old Bilton The starting point is easily accessible from Knaresborough centre or indeed as a circular walk, begun by walking along the B6165 as in the walk directions from traffic lights in Knaresborough.
Pateley Bridge to Dacre Banks Buses run from Harrogate to Pateley Bridge via Dacre Banks if you wanted to start there.
Pinhaw Beacon Buses run from Carleton near Skipton and Carleton can be accessed by bus from Skipton
Preston, Redmire and Grinton Moors Buses from Leyburn to Preston-under-Scar
Ripley Circular Ripley is just off the A61 Harrogate to Ripon road and well served by buses
Ripon to Bishop Monkton Ripon well served by buses.
Sandsend Circular walk via Mulgrave castle Sandsend is on the A174, the main coast road north of Whitby and is well served by buses.
South Stainley Circular The church car park where the walk starts in South Stainley is just a quarter of a mile from the A61. Buses run along the A61 from Harrogate to Ripon. Alight at the Red Lion.
Spofforth Park Spofforth is on the main Harrogate/Wetherby bus route.
West Tanfield Circular Walk and the Marmion Tower West Tanfield is on the main Ripon/Masham bus route.

All information on this site is given in good faith and no liability is accepted in respect of any damage, loss or injury which might result from acting on it.