/ Yorkshire Dales Gorge Scrambles/Canyoning?
Not wanting to be too descriptive, but a few big jumps would be nice!
If you don't want to advertise your secret route on the very public web then please PM me.:-)
Strans Gill is the only thing that springs to mind, Its about grade 2 with a pitch of diff climbing which is easily avoidable. I did it during a dry spell so there was almost no water at all in it.
Its near the village of hubberholme in wharfedale. A search will give you grid ref etc. The walk in is a piece of cake aswell, Have fun!
Looks good. Thanks!
I have done Goredale in all weathers and with kids, dogs and on my own. Great fun and looks far more impressive and difficult than it is.
Will you have wetsuits?
How Stean Gorge has scrambling/canyoning - but you can't just rock up and have free fun, so will probably not be what you're looking for.
What about Ease Gill? This has a few interesting bits if you do the full length from the caving hut upwards and includes a short pitch, traversing above pools and a 'cave' behind a waterfall that'll you'll benefit from the use of headtorches to see where you're going.
We can have a wet suit - we particularly like the wet stuff.
Sadly I don't yet have the latest Yorkshire guide book.
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