Cause UK put our walking boots on for our client, the Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership, which has launched a new walking guide for the Nidderdale Way, which features some of Yorkshire’s most famous sights. The guide was recently profiled in the Yorkshire Post
It was also featured in the Great Outdoors website.
The spectacular 53 mile route is a long distance footpath in the easternmost valley of the Yorkshire Dales, encircling the River Nidd. It’s traditionally walked in four stages, each no longer than 15 miles.
The Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership, with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Yorkshire Dales LEADER programme, helps people get involved in the historic landscapes, cultural heritage and wildlife habitats in the region.
The walk takes in iconic Yorkshire attractions, including Ripley Castle and its 18th century gardens, How Stean Gorge with its dramatic ravine, and the gritstone sculptures of Brimham Rocks.
We’ve been working to promote the portfolio of heritage, cultural, and environmental work the partnership has achieved, profiling artist Sarah Garforth in the Yorkshire Post for her exhibition celebrating the landscape of Nidderdale.
The Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership has been working at a number of flagship heritage sites along the Nidderdale Way for walkers to enjoy.
The Nidderdale Way recently featured in a BBC Radio 4 series with broadcaster Clare Balding, who walked the four stages – an experience she described as ‘heaven’.
To download the free walking guide, visit uppernidderdale.org.uk