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05/04/21

LADY HILL IN WENSLEYDALE IN THE GLORIOUS YORKSHIRE DALES

Lady Hill in Wensleydale is a prominent landmark as you travel from Aysgarth to Hawes on the A684. Originally a rabbit warren called Woodhall Warren, it was established in the…

 
02/04/21

WENSLEY TO HARMBY, THROUGH LEYBURN, ALONG THE SHAWL AND BACK TO WENSLEY!

What an unexpectedly beautiful day we chose to go walking, the last day in March, how lucky we were! We decided to meet at Wensley, park on the newly surfaced…

 
24/03/21

THUPTON GILL IN SOUTH WALDEN TO FLEENSOP IN COVERDALE AND BACK INTO WALDEN IN THE YORKSHIRE DALES

A bit of a surprise walk the other day! Our son Paul text me to ask if I would like to join him on a walk, I’d already been out…

 
21/03/21

THUPTON GILL IN SOUTH WALDEN TO FLEENSOP IN COVERDALE AND BACK INTO WALDEN IN THE YORKSHIRE DALES

A bit of a surprise walk the other day! Our son Paul text me to ask if I would like to join him on a walk, I’d already been out…

 
19/03/21

JERVAULX ABBEY IN BETWEEN MASHAM AND EAST WITTON IN THE YORKSHIRE DALES

Jervaulx Abbey can easily be found between Masham and Ripon just off the A6108. A truly tranquil yet atmospheric place to find peace and quiet and loved by many. Wander…

 
11/03/21

Wensley Bridge to Middleham, along The Gallops, down to West Witton, returning by the River Ure

What a fabulous walk my friend Den and I did the other day. Was it all the wildlife we saw? Geese, herons, skylarks, curlews, oystercatchers amongst them. Was it because the sun shone yet we could see others weren’t enjoying the same?

 
03/03/21

Take some time out to do some cloud gazing! Especially in the Yorkshire Dales

Take some time out to do some cloud gazing! No, really, they are there all time, never far away anyway, and they’re free.

 
22/02/21

Briar Cottage in Middleham in Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales

Briar cottage, dating from the 18th century, has been carefully renovated to reveal some of its original features and is part of a small, interesting, terrace which sits on the fringe of the cobbles looking out towards the torn ramparts of Middleham Castle.

 
20/02/21

Hackfall, an ancient woodland near Masham in the Yorkshire Dales

Hackfall woods, in between Grewelthorpe and Masham, is so much more than trees, now a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) there are of course many trees, oak, beech, sycamore, limes and ash trees but go any time of year

 
14/02/21

The Work of the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust

Like a lot of other organisations the Yorkshire Dales Millenium Trust have found the last twelve months a challenging time but you, our holidaymakers, have continued to support them throughout the year and we, and the YDMT, would like to say thank you.

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