The History of Hag Dyke is now available for download from here : History of Hag Dyke
HAG DYKE OPEN DAY
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST 2019.
Have you ever wondered where it is that your children disappear for the weekend and come back with tales of a remote place at the end of a very long walk populated mostly by sheep and maybe a few ghosts?
We are holding an open day on Saturday September 21st. All visitors will be welcome to come and look round between 10.00 and 16.00.
Please note – Hag Dyke is not accessible by vehicles except capable four-wheel drive such as Land Rover Defender, Land Cruiser or similar. Vehicles are not permitted to deviate from the marked track for any reason.
You will need to park in Kettlewell village then the walk takes around 45 minutes up hill. Walking boots and suitable outdoor clothing for the expected weather are essential.
If you need further information please look at the website
http://www.hagdyke.co.uk/ or ask any Scout/Guide leader or Hag Dyke warden.