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The events listed on this website are in and around the National Park. The events are listed and managed by businesses and other organisations. The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority is not responsible for events unless it is stated that we are the organiser. If you have any queries about events please contact the event organiser directly.

Guided Walk – Hawes Town Trail

Dales Countryside Museum Station Yard, Hawes, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Join us on our Hawes Town Trail guided walk. Our experienced Dales Volunteers will guide you on this short 2.5 mile (3.5km) walk. Walk through the lovely market town and explore the history of Hawes and the village of Gayle. You will also discover the origins of Wensleydale cheese, see where the railway once went […]

Muddy Boots Social Walk – Caves and Cascades (from Settle)


DATE AND TIME: 27 April 2024 at 10.30am DISTANCE: 8 miles/13km (440m ascent) DURATION: 5.5 hours TERRAIN: A mixture of footpaths (some rocky and uneven), a steep uphill pull out of Settle, walled tracks, classic farmland, a short road section, and riverside walking. ** OPTION TO TRAVEL BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO SETTLE STATION ** PRICE: […]

Alpaca Woolley Walk with 2 night stay in the Yorkshire Dales

Ashes Farm Bed & Breakfast & Holiday Cottage Ashes Farm, Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Why not book a two or three night stay in a Luxury hand-built lodge in The Yorkshire Dales. Attend one of the Dales Countryside Museum attends - Aplaca Woolly Wander Meet Mr Darcy, Henry and Harrison on this lovely Alpaca experience day at Semerwater and the Dales Countryside Museum. With Jackie on hand you will […]

Guided Walk – Barns, Walls and Bridges

Dales Countryside Museum Station Yard, Hawes, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Guided walk - Barns, Walls and Bridges. Join Dales Volunteers for a 4 mile walk to discover the important features of Wensleydale, its local industry and agriculture. Starts at the Dales Countryside Museum. Booking Essential. £6. No dogs allowed.

SOF – Oddendale Landscape and Heritage Walk

The Old Courthouse, Shap Main Street, Shap

Shap Outdoor Festival Saturday 11th May Oddendale Landscape and Heritage Walk Shake Holes, Cairns and Bields – a walk exploring the landscape and heritage of the fells near Oddendale. Join FLD’s David Evans on this walk to explore our local landscape.  Walk Times: 2pm – 4.30pm      Meet at The Old Courthouse, Shap at […]

Muddy Boots Social Walk – Bluebells and Boulders (from Clapham)

Clapham YDNP car park Church Avenue, Clapham

DATES AND TIME: 18 May 2024 at 10.30am DISTANCE: 8.5 miles / 13.5km (350m ascent) DURATION: 5.5 hours TERRAIN: Walled tracks, farmland, rocky tracks through woodland and one long climb out of Feizor into Wharfe Woods PRICE: £25 per person MEETING POINT: National Park car park in Clapham We’ll explore fantastic limestone scenery, peaceful woodland […]

Swaledale Festival – Guided Walk: Marske to Helwith


A circular walk from Marske to Helwith led by Maria Laybourn. Approximately 6 miles with some steep terrain across open moorland and through woodland. It could be muddy. Refreshments will be available at the tea garden in the secluded valley of Helwith. Please car-share if possible as parking in Marske is limited. Dogs on leads […]

Beldi Hill Lead Mine Walk

The Keld Resource Centre Keld, Richmond, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Join our guided walk through the rich mining landscape of Upper Swaledale, visiting the Old Field Hush, Crackpot Hall and Swinnergill mines/smelt mill, and the fantastically well-preserved (private land) Low Plate dressing floor complex.  The walk will include an overview of the history of lead mining in Swaledale and the mining process. Meeting point: Keld Resource Centre […]

Swaledale Festival – Guided Walk: Dales Flora and Fauna

Aysgarth Doctors Surgery Car Park Dikehollin Lane,, Aysgarth, United Kingdom

Meet at the doctor’s surgery car park in Aysgarth (junction of A684 and the road to Thoralby). Led by Chris Meek and members of the Yoredale Natural History Society, a guided 3.5 mile walk through iconic Wensleydale scenery with an emphasis on the wild flowers of the region. The terrain may be uneven and muddy […]

Swaledale Festival – Guided Walk: The Source of the Swale

The Keld Resource Centre Keld, Richmond, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Led by Ian Wharton from Keld Resource Centre, a gentle 6 mile walk through easy terrain to the confluence of the Birkdale and Sleddale becks - the source of the Swale. We’ll explore the heritage of Upper Swaledale, including farming, social history and lead mining. We’ll cross the beck (if not in spate) to view […]