Whernside from the ruined inn of High Dyke on the High Way footpath in Mallerstang at summertime sunset

High Dyke on The High Way

At first glance High Dyke on The High Way path in Mallerstang looks like any ruined barn. However it isn’t. In 1825 the main turnpike road (now the B6259) in the valley was constructed but before then this track high above the valley floor was the main track linking Hawes and Kirkby Stephen.

High Dyke was one of the inns on The High Way offering a bed to weary travellers. And great views across the valley towards distant Whernside and Ingleborough.

High Dyke on The High Way was last modified: February 1st, 2024 by Gavin Dronfield

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