Upper Nidderdalein the Yorkshire Dales is the source of the River Nidd and a stunning place for walkers of all abilities. Heather-clad moorland tops the valley, flowing to lush green meadows and pastures, which are all valuable havens for wildlife.
At Studfold Reception you will find a map to help with walks, and we also have an onsite display of walk ideas and suggestions. Nidderdale Tourist Information Centre can also help and advise with walks.
- Studfold is on the Nidderdale Way, which is, in total, a 53-mile circular route - a real test for ambitious walkers!
- Children's Car Discovery Trail – from Pateley Bridge
- Dale Edge Walk – a well-known all-day walk and mountain bike challenge!
- Ramsgill Circular – half-day walk, you can borrow a map at Studfold, or buy the Ordnance Survey Map: Nidderdale OS Explorer Map
- Stean – circular walk of one hour
- Hackfall Walk near Masham
- Mosaic Walk near Kirby Malzeard
- It’s worth checking the Nidderdale section of the AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) website too for walk information