A moderate 4-mile walk around Little Asby Common on tracks and across some pathless, uneven terrain. An opportunity to enjoy the views and explore the geology, archaeology and natural history of the area, and learn about the common, which is owned and managed by Friends of the Lake District.

This walk will be led by David Evans and is part of the Westmorland Dales Festival which takes place on 27th & 28th July - click here for more information.

What to wear and what to bring

Check the weather forecast. Waterproofs if it looks like rain. Sun hat and sunscreen if it looks like sun. Sturdy footwear (walking boots or similar). The area is exposed so can be cold, even in summer, so come prepared.

Dogs are permitted but must be kept under control and on a lead at all times.

More details about the walk will be sent via email when you book but if you have any questions in advance please email [email protected] 

About these walks

This is one of a series of walks revealing the landscape and heritage of the Westmorland Dales, in the northwest corner of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The area was the focus of a landscape partnership scheme which ran from 2019 to 2024, grant funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and led by Friends of the Lake District. Further information can be found here: Westmorland Dales Landscape Partnership | Home | Friends of the Lake District

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Little Asby Common Guided Walk

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