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Attractions

Places To Visit in the Yorkshire Dales

Yorkshire Dales

The Yorkshire Dales is home to the most beautiful limestone scenery in the UK, expansive heather moorland, flower-rich meadows, and spectacular waterfalls. Each dale has its own distinct character, but are all equally remarkable. 

Malham Cove

The inspiration for countless works of art and literature, Malham Cove stands at an impressive 260 feet high and offers a beautiful walk along the limestone pavements atop the Cove, with awe-inspiring views over the dales towards Malham all year long.

Janet's Foss

Nearby Malham is home to the beautiful route to Janet's Foss. This magical walk leads to a stunning pool where, according to legend, Janet (Queen of the Fairies) lived behind the waterfall . 

This walk can also be extended to include Malham Cove and Gordale Scar to make it all the more breathtaking.

Settle

The picturesque village of Settle holds a market every Tuesday in the town centre, and many of the quaint buildings surrounding the marketplace house interesting independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants.

Ingleborough Cave

Ingleborough Cave is rich with evidence of the significant impact of the Ice Ages and will leave visitors stunned by its awe-inspiring array of cave formations, imposing cave entrance and passages housing artifacts dating back millions of years.

Ingleton Waterfalls

Ingleton boasts some of the most spectacular waterfall and woodland scenery in the North of England. Over 100 years of history, impressive views and a wide variety of flora and fauna all come together to create this beautiful trail.

Bolton Abbey

Located in the heart of the Dales on the banks of the River Wharfe, walk along the Priory ruins and enjoy a landscape of history and legend, try beautiful local produce in one of the tea rooms and cafes, or take the time to relax by the river.

Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre

The Falconry Centre offers the unique close up experience of seeing magnificent birds of prey flying in the dales, as well as the opportunity to learn to handle, walk and fly some of the centre's trained birds.

The Forbidden Corner

Originally a small wood of Fir trees initially planted as a wind break to the stables, The Forbidden Corner is a labyrinth of tunnels, chambers and surprises located in a 4 acre garden in the heart of Tupgill Park. This is a fantastic place to visit with the children on those large family getaways.

The Settle - Carlisle Railway

With its rich history dating back to 1876, the Settle - Carlisle Railway comprises one of the most scenic routes in England. In the 72 miles between Settle and Carlisle there are 14 tunnels and over 20 viaducts.

The service today consists of modern diesel trains with occasional steam and diesel charter trains and frequent freight trains.

Ribblehead Viaduct

With its 24 stone arches, 104 feet above the moor, Ribblehead Viaduct is certainly the most impressive structure on the Settle - Carlisle Railway.

Yorkshire Dales

The Yorkshire Dales is home to the most beautiful limestone scenery in the UK, expansive heather moorland, flower-rich meadows, and spectacular waterfalls. Each dale has its own distinct character, but are all equally remarkable. 

Malham Cove

The inspiration for countless works of art and literature, Malham Cove stands at an impressive 260 feet high and offers a beautiful walk along the limestone pavements atop the Cove, with awe-inspiring views over the dales towards Malham all year long.

Janet's Foss

Nearby Malham is home to the beautiful route to Janet's Foss. This magical walk leads to a stunning pool where, according to legend, Janet (Queen of the Fairies) lived behind the waterfall . 

This walk can also be extended to include Malham Cove and Gordale Scar to make it all the more breathtaking.

Settle

The picturesque village of Settle holds a market every Tuesday in the town centre, and many of the quaint buildings surrounding the marketplace house interesting independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants.

Ingleborough Cave

Ingleborough Cave is rich with evidence of the significant impact of the Ice Ages and will leave visitors stunned by its awe-inspiring array of cave formations, imposing cave entrance and passages housing artifacts dating back millions of years.

Ingleton Waterfalls

Ingleton boasts some of the most spectacular waterfall and woodland scenery in the North of England. Over 100 years of history, impressive views and a wide variety of flora and fauna all come together to create this beautiful trail.

Bolton Abbey

Located in the heart of the Dales on the banks of the River Wharfe, walk along the Priory ruins and enjoy a landscape of history and legend, try beautiful local produce in one of the tea rooms and cafes, or take the time to relax by the river.

Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre

The Falconry Centre offers the unique close up experience of seeing magnificent birds of prey flying in the dales, as well as the opportunity to learn to handle, walk and fly some of the centre's trained birds.

The Forbidden Corner

Originally a small wood of Fir trees initially planted as a wind break to the stables, The Forbidden Corner is a labyrinth of tunnels, chambers and surprises located in a 4 acre garden in the heart of Tupgill Park. This is a fantastic place to visit with the children on those large family getaways.

The Settle - Carlisle Railway

With its rich history dating back to 1876, the Settle - Carlisle Railway comprises one of the most scenic routes in England. In the 72 miles between Settle and Carlisle there are 14 tunnels and over 20 viaducts.

The service today consists of modern diesel trains with occasional steam and diesel charter trains and frequent freight trains.

Ribblehead Viaduct

With its 24 stone arches, 104 feet above the moor, Ribblehead Viaduct is certainly the most impressive structure on the Settle - Carlisle Railway.