Yorkshire Dales

This National Park sits in an area north and east of Lancashire and the city of Manchester. Covering 841 square miles it straddles the backbone of England butting up to the Lake District to the north west with Leeds and Bradford to the south east. You will find some of the best limestone scenery in the country in this National Park with crags, pavements, pot holes and caves all present here all interspersed by pretty valleys (dales). The main mountain of this area is the popular Ingleborough, and alongside that you have Whernside and Pen y Ghent, which make up the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, a 25 mile grueling days walk. There are other gems in this area such as the Howgills, Malham Cove, Ribblehead, Wensleydale and dozens of named moors and commons. So much to see here and some lovely villages dotted around to stay in.

Attermire Scar and Victoria Cave

Ingleborough and Gaping Gill

Malham Cove, Gardale Scar and Dry Valley