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This article entitled Farndale Daffodil Walk was first published March 23rd 2012
The Daffodil Walk At Farndale is an easy stroll through some of the finest scenery The North Yorkshire Moors National Park has to offer.
The Daffodils are now in full bloom and should be good for another 2 to 3 weeks (April 2nd 2014).
The walk is especially good in springtime when the daffodils are in bloom, but can be enjoyed at any time of year.
Distance 3.5 miles (5.6km) Allow 1.5 Hours.
Farndale lies at the centre of The North Yorkshire Moors National Park, not far from the villages of Castleton, Hutton Le Hole And Kirby Moorside. The walk starts in the village of Low Mill.
Park in the car park and look for a small gate near the entrance signposted Church Houses.
Food And Drink
Within a few miles of The Farndale Daffodil Walk you have some fantastic places for food and refreshments. My personal favorite is The Lion Inn at Blakey Ridge where you can get excellent bar meals and fine ales. Also worthy of mention is The Feathersham arms in Farndale where the portions are huge. If its tea, coffee and scones your after then Daffy Cafe on the Daffodil Walk is well worth the stop.
Farndale Daffodil Walk Pictures.
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Farndale Daffodil Walk Video
Ian Sampson travels around Yorkshire as part of his Farndale Country Walks DVD from QVT Productions. The DVD contains walks from around some of Yorkshire’s beautiful countryside including the spectacular dale of the daffodils. More details from www.qvttv.co.uk