Hambleton Hobble

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Start: Osmotherley
Distance: 30 miles (48 km)
Grid Ref: SE456972
 
Climbing: 1,575 metres
Walk time: 12-15 hours
Days: 2-3

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Hambleton Hobble is a strenuous walking route on the western side of the North York Moors National Park. There is over 1,500 metres of ascent and the route is certainly designed as a proper test of will and stamina with local high points and low points being sought in rotation. The walk begins in the popular village of Osmotherley and throughout its roller coaster course the Hambleton Hobble vists Solomon's Temple, Chequers Inn, Robinson's Cross, Dale Head, Locker Low Moor, Harker Gates, Arden Hall, Coomb Hill, Gower Dale, Murton Heights, Murton wood, Old Byland, Nettle Dale, Scawton, Flassen Dale, Cold Kirby, Hambleton Mosses, Boltby Forest, Kepwick, Nether Silton, Over Silton, Thimbleby Bank and Oak Dale.

Useful Links:
Yorkshire Walkers Hambleton Hobble
Long Distance Walkers Association


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