ONE of the benefits of living in Yorkshire is the number of stunning country walks right on your doorstep.

Here is a reminder of some of the superb walks published by The Press from writer Jonathan Smith.

Jonathan's walks come with a route description, a map and pictures, plus a factfile on essentials such as refreshments, parking, height gain and which map to take.

So, where will you be walking?

Scarth Wood Moor 

1 Cod Beck Reservoir


2 Rievaulx Abbey


3 Dalby Forest

Views from the summit 

4 Fountain's Fell


5 A Wensleydale highway


6 Birks Fell


7 Burton Leonard


8 The lower River Nidd

Great Whernside 

9 Great Whernside


10 Feizor

ON THE TOPS: The summit of Hawnby Hill 

11 Hawnby


12 Ingleborough


13 Whitby to Runswick Bay


14 Horton to Settle


15 Grassington Moor

Cotterdale valley 

16 Cotterdale and Mossdale

Shooting Lodge on Osmotherley Moor 

17 Osmotherley


18 Keighley Moor Reservoir


19 Upper Swaledale

Strid woodland 

20 A walk along the River Wharfe


21 Waterfalls near Stainforth


22 Pen-y-ghent


23 Hasty Bank and the Wainstones

Ripley Castle and grounds 

24 Ripley Castle


25 Druids Temple near Masham


26 Cracoe Monument and Rylstone Cross

Litton buttercup meadow 

27 Littondale

Grimwith Reservoir sailing centre 

28 Grimwith Reservoir


29 Captain Cook's Monument and Roseberry Topping

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