“Hiking The James Herriot Way”

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 6 days/5 nights, Aug. 4-9, 2008. On 55-mile circular route in Yorkshire, ENGLAND, visit setting of books and TV series “All Creatures Great and Small.” Up to seven hours of hiking a day.

Highlights: From London, take train to Northallerton, Yorkshire/walk footpaths of Wensleydale along River Ure/lunch in “James Herriot’s” pub, used in BBC TV series/cross Great Shunner Fell and climb to Tan Hill Inn, “highest pub in England”/hike moors to Crackpot Hall/18th-century houses and Saxon heritage in market town of Reeth/Castle Bolton, where Mary Queen of Scots was prisoner/return via London.

Land only, from $3,995. Single supplement, $500.

Fresh Tracks (UK Bldg. Ste. 800, 409 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C., Canada; 800/667-4744, www.freshtracks.com).

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 6 days/5 nights, Aug. 4-9, 2008. On 55-mile circular route in Yorkshire, ENGLAND, visit setting of books and TV series “All Creatures Great and Small.” Up to seven hours of hiking a day.

Highlights: From London, take train to Northallerton, Yorkshire/walk footpaths of Wensleydale along River Ure/lunch in “James Herriot’s” pub, used in BBC TV series/cross Great Shunner Fell and climb to Tan Hill Inn, “highest pub in England”/hike moors to Crackpot Hall/18th-century houses and Saxon heritage in market town of Reeth/Castle Bolton, where Mary Queen of Scots was prisoner/return via London.

Land only, from $3,995. Single supplement, $500.

Fresh Tracks (UK Bldg. Ste. 800, 409 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C., Canada; 800/667-4744, www.freshtracks.com).