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  • Malham Cove, © Príamo Melo.
  • Hardraw Force waterfall, © Britainonview / Martin Brent.
  • Limestone pavement, © Britainonview / Martin Brent.
  • Twisleton Scars, © Martin Priestley.
  • Swaledale sheep, © Britainonview.
  • Hay meadow in Malham, © Rick at Fortybelowzero.

Hardraw Force waterfall, © Britainonview / Martin Brent.

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Teaching climate change

YDNP in 2080 by Dan Powell

The climate change challenge facing the Yorkshire Dales National Park - a resource pack suitable for: GCSE, A level and FE & HE

Interactive images

Limestone pavement

Try our interactive images for key stage 3 and GSCE geography students. Search for land use and tourism issues in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Resources based around Malham

Malham Cove

Malham is a very special location in the Yorkshire Dales, set in the heart of some spectacular limestone scenery. We have several educational resources based on Malham available including Malham, a UK locality (for KS2) and Limestone landscapes (for KS3), as well as other resources such as a virual visit to Malham and our interactive images. Find out more using the links below:

Habitat fieldwork

Spider on web

Learn how to identify freshwater mini beasts, see the special plants which grow on our limestone pavement, study the biodiversity of hay meadows...plus many more worksheets and resource packs suitable for teachers and young people interested in habitats.