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Winskill Stones Nature Reserve

The Winskill Stones Nature Reserve lies above the village of Stainforth. It is home to an amazing section of limestone pavement. The well-known gardener Geoff Hamilton was a great supporter of the...

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Generous gift opens up Smardale

This is Elizabeth Lamb.  She has done something marvellous for one of the newest and most idyllic parts of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.  With her husband, Michael, she has donated...

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Malham

<p>One of the most spectacular and most popular villages in the Dales is Malham. With dramatic limestone scenery just a stone's throw from the village centre, Malham has few equals anywhere in...

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Tree Preservation Orders

A Tree Preservation Order (TPO) is an order made by the local authority, in this case the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority, on a tree or number of trees that makes it an offence to carry out...

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Malham Tarn

In leaky limestone country, surface water usually eventually finds its way underground. Malham Tarn is unusual because here the water doesn't sink into the ground. During the Ice Age a glacier...

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Monks Bridge

Monks Bridge is a gorgeous spacious cottage sleeping 5 in 3 bedrooms, on the edge of the pretty village of Crosby Ravensworth, a short walk from the local pub & gorgeous walks straight from the door!

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Horse riding

In the Yorkshire Dales, you can let your horse stretch its legs and enjoy an exhilarating canter through miles of open moorland. We have a good network of over 900...

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Natural beauty

The Yorkshire Dales National Park straddles the Pennines, the backbone of England. The underlying geology, natural processes and human activity have created a hugely varied landscape and numerous...

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Malham Tarn

In leaky limestone country, surface water usually eventually finds its way underground. Malham Tarn is unusual because here the water doesn't sink into the ground. During the Ice Age a glacier...

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