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Walking festival to get transport boost

Posted 21 March 2011
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Walking festival to get transport boost
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Those who like to go walking without adding to their petrol bills have been given a new incentive to use public transport for the Dentdale Walking Festival next month.

Located in the Yorkshire Dales, the valley is served by the scenic Settle to Carlisle Railway, which stops at Dent station.

And organisers of the festival are running a minibus to and from the station to help walkers link up between their hikes in the country and national rail services, which include access to Leeds.

The festival covers the weekend of April 30th and May 1st, with most of the walks being free and also a chance to enjoy some local art and crafts, which will be on display at Dent village's visitor centre.

Rail users may find the Settle to Carlisle Railway very useful for trips to the Yorkshire Dales, as it stops at four other locations in the national park part from Dent.