Buckden Pike

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Our first walk in our challenge to summit all 41 mountains in the Yorkshire Dales. It’s for charity, Cure Parkinsons, more about why this is so important to me to follow
Length of Walk: 6 miles
Time Taken: 3.5 hours
Highest Point: 2302 feet
Total Ascent: 1584 feet
85%
Ease of Navigation
30%
Ease of Terrain
1%
Suitability for Wheelchair or Pram

Parking

Nearest to start point. The Car Park Buckden BD23 5JA

Parking Day Rate

At time of walk. £4.80 day rate (Nov 21)

Accepts Credit Card

Accepts Cash

Pay by App

Limited Signal

Nearest Shop

Buckden Village Stores

Nearest Pub

The Buck Inn

Nearest Toilet

Toilets at Carpark

Challenging Terrain

Challenging Terrain The walk down Buckden Beck is very challenging. It involves continual crossing of the beck, and at least 2 sections of mild scrambling. If this sounds concerning to you, please seek an alternative descent route.

Created by potrace 1.16, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2019

I’ll add more details shortly. For now I wanted to create the page so I can link our Just Giving page to the walk and kick it all off.

Created by potrace 1.16, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2019
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Created by potrace 1.16, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2019
Buckden Pike 13th November 2021

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About MJS Walking

I started walking again as i approached my 40th birthday. The thrill of reaching the peak of a mountain and the panoramic views is such inspiration. Before i knew it i was walking the Pennine Way, which sparked a whole raft of long distance walks. 

With time i hope to capture some of them and share the experience with you.

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