is one of the quiet rivers of West Cumbria, flowing through the grassy
fells between Eskdale and Wasdale. On a day when the better known
valleys are too crowded, Miterdale can be a welcome refuge.
is the valley of the River Seph, and one of the longest dales in the
Moors, running from the north-western edge of the moors between Hasty
Bank and Urra Moor to its junction with the River Rye about a miles
east of Hawnby.