Brigantes Walking Holidays really works for you, and your group and friends as we know our territory thoroughly and can put together the best package to meet your specific needs. As well as having walked along many of these long distance walks ourselves, we drive along them all continuously delivering bags and clients. All our drivers are local and live in many of the villages which we serve.
Many of the service providers we deal with have websites of their own and some of these, as well as other useful resources, are listed below for your convenience.
- Cumbria Way
Website dedicated to the Cumbria Way, an exhilarating, mainly low level, journey through some of the most beautiful and contrasting landscapes that Cumbria has to offer
Malham is a small village, in the Pennines, at the southern base of the Yorkshire Dales. It's a pretty place, surrounded by limestone dry-stone walls, & with a stream running right through the middle of the village
- Stay: The Lake District National Park
England's largest National Park includes Scafell – its highest mountain, Wastwater – its deepest lake, as well as coastline and thriving towns and villages like Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere
- Stay: The North Yorkshire Moors National Park
The North York Moors (also known as the North Yorkshire Moors) is a national park in North Yorkshire, England. The moors are one of the largest expanses of heather moorland in the United Kingdom
- Stay: The Yorkshire Dales National Park
Established in 1954, the Yorkshire Dales National Park has outstanding scenery, a range of wildlife habitats and a rich cultural heritage
- Beck Hall in Malham
Beck Hall was built in 1710 and has been providing accommodation since the 1930's. Changes over the years mean that there are now 11 guest bedrooms, 9 double en-suite rooms and 2 twin room
- Bed & Breakfast Great Ayton
Superb accommodation offered in a large detached house surrounded by just under an acre of beautiful gardens
- Bridge Hotel, Buttermere
Set between Buttermere and Crummock Water and surrounded by the famous Buttermere Fells, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the hotel has 21 individually designed bedrooms, all of which have superb en-suite facilities
- Buckden Camping
Camping pods and pitches for tents and camper vans on this Certified Camping & Caravanning Club site, in the heart of the Dales
- George & Dragon in Dent
The George and Dragon is a grade 2 listed building situated in the centre of Dent Village overlooking the famous Adam Sedgwick Memorial Fountain
- Goats & Oats in Garsdale
A homely B&B, set in the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park with the Pennine Bridleway passing just 30 metres from the front door!
- Low Raisgill
Low Raisgill Bed and Breakfast Langstrothdale, Upper Wharfedale, Yorkshire Dales
- Nether Gill
Situated in Langstrothdale at the head of the River Wharfe within the heart of the Yorkshire Dales
- Red Lion & Manor House B&B
The Manor House B&B is located 150 yards from the Red Lion, where you are welcome to eat and drink. Our bedrooms are modern and simple in this old Victorian manor house
- The Dalesman Country Inn, Sedbergh
The Dalesman is centrally situated in the picturesque, market town of Sedbergh. An ideal base for visiting either the English Lake District or the Yorkshire Dales, being only 5 miles from the M6 motorway, and only 30 minutes from Windermere
- The Foresters Arms
offers a traditional welcome to visitors. There are seven tastefully furnished ensuite rooms, with tea and coffee making facilities and a TV. We offer an alternative of twin or double rooms together with a single room
- The Hollies, Appleby
The Hollies B&B in Appleby, built in 1856, was extensively & tastefully modernised in 2014 for the 21st century
- Active Edge
"The UK’s No. 1 school for Paragliding & Paramotoring training". Experience the thrill of Paragliding with tuition from multiple British Paragliding Champion and former national team captain, Dean Crosby
- Dales Bike Centre
Hire one or our top quality Trek Emonda road bikes or Trek hybrid E-bike and have the peace of mind your riding the right bike in perfect working order.
- Dales Wear
Outdoor clothing and equipment providers
- Good Intents
Marquee Hire for Weddings, Private Parties and Corporate Events based in West Midlands, South West England and Wales
- My Local Weather
aims to provide you with an accurate real time" daily forecast from local weather stations. Combine this with the national forecast for the best weather picture"
- The Bike Livery
A 'Bike Livery' is a safe, dry environment for storing bikes overnight. They have changing facilities and the right tools to make those all-important tweaks or repairs before setting off on the next ride
- The Dales Bike Centre
Dales Bike Centre is the absolute must be first stop for riding mountain bikes and road cycles in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
- The Pennine Way Association
a registered charity run entirely by volunteers. It was founded in 1971 as “a focus of public interest” in Britain’s first and finest long distance footpath.
- Yorkshire Dales Rivers Trust
The Yorkshire Dales Rivers Trust are working to enhance and protect the rivers of the Yorkshire Dales for the benefit of everyone
Walking Publications & Websites
- ‘Big Trails’ Guidebook
Big Trails: Great Britain & Ireland is an inspirational guide to the most iconic, spectacular and popular long-distance trails in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Ireland and the Isle of Man.
- Bay 2 Bay
Two fine, uncrowded walks from the middle of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, each walk is almost exactly 100 miles. Two colourful guidebooks that lead you across the country to the West or East Coast
- Innway Publications
A series of walking guidebooks by Mark Reid that cover the Yorkshire Dales, the Lake District, the North Yorks Moors, the Peak District and Northumberland
- Isaac's Tea Trail
Walk in the footsteps of the legendary tea seller and fund raiser Isaac Holden. Discover hidden valleys and cross wild moors with stunning views across Northumberland and Cumbria. The trail runs over 36 miles through Northumberland
- The Herriot Way
Home of Walking the Herriot Way" guide book for walkers of the very popular four-day walk through the Dales following in the footsteps of the famous vet
- The Tributaries Walk
A website that supports our very own long-distance path. A path devised by us and perfect for anyone wanting to see the best of the Yorkshire Dales. There is now a dedicated guide book too, available directly from Brigantes or through the walk's webs
- Wainwright's Coast to Coast walk
described in the Trailblazer Guidebook to the C2C as an extensive and cleanly designed website that's not trying too hard to do everything or sell you something". Lots of useful information on walking the most popular path in England"
- Wainwright's Pennine Journey
A website dedicated to the 247 mile walk described by Wainwright in 1938, many years before he wrote his Illustrated Guides and his Coast to Coast walk
The Walk4Life website is totally FREE and has thousands of walk ideas all over the Britain. The website uses OS maps which can easily be printed out at home. You can also keep a track of the walks you have done and set yourselves a target!
- Walking Books
Your one-stop-shop for walking guides, maps and books on Britain's best scenic walks