AUTOMATED: 6th July Estimated Route

Day Six: Kirkby Stephen to Keld

 Our projected route, once more shown in the palest of green colours.

Not much news until the end of the walk - but we'll be passing Currack Force, a rather famous waterfall offering Toby an ideal opportunity to show off his best Timotai impression.

Underneath Currack Force, you find the equally beautiful Stonesdale Beck.

Finally, our destination, the village of Keld.

Our inn, the Keld Lodge.
David Gray and Matt Teague are proud to own and manage one of the most iconic hotels in the Yorkshire Dales. Set high in the hills of glorious Swaledale, Keld Lodge is at the crossroads of two of the world’s most popular long distance trails; The Coast to Coast and the Pennine way. Every year we welcome thousands of guests, from all over the world.
In addition to the Coast to Coast and the Pennine Way several other popular walks pass our door, such as The Herriots Way, a circular four day, 52 mile hike, takes you through some of Yorkshire’s most stunning scenery
Originally built as a shooting lodge in 1860 Keld Lodge is now a comfortable, friendly, hotel and restaurant.
The ideal base from which to enjoy some magnificent walks in one of Yorkshire's finest dales and to explore some of Northern England’s rich cultural heritage and visit some of our vibrant market towns.
From our conservatory dining room, lounge and many of our bedrooms there are superb views of Upper Swaledale.. Whatever the weather the scenery is always fantastic !! .
Whether you are walking one of the long distance trails or looking for a short break with family and friends join us here at Keld Lodge.

And the excellent news that it has ALE TAPS!!!