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The White Bear in Masham

Have you been to the White Bear in Masham as yet? If not then perhaps if you’re in the area do give it a try. It was our granddaughter’s 17th…


Tan Hill Inn in Swaledale, the highest pub in the UK

Have you ever been to the Tan Hill Inn? Britain’s highest public house at 1,732 feet above sea level? Now quite a remote place but it was not always so…


Circular Walk of About Four and A Half Miles From Middleham

Like most villages in the Yorkshire Dales, Middleham in Wensleydale has footpaths galore to explore and you can make as many permutations as you wish. This walk is no exception,…


Magnificent Views along The Shawl From Leyburn

I know we’ve walked along The Shawl many times but on a clear day it takes some beating. Literally a few yards from Leyburn Market Place and you have a…


Masham Swifts

Did you know that there are over 90 swift nest boxes located in Masham, many will be at private houses but some you will be able to spot as you…


Easy Short Walk From Askrigg and back

Perhaps you don’t feel like walking especially far today so don’t beat yourself up, just do a short walk. A short walk is better than no walk and especially if…


Ripon Cathedral in The City of Ripon

Ripon Cathedral has stood on this same sight since the mid seventh century. In 672AD St Wilfrid, then abbot of the monastery at Ripon, took the bold step of building…


The Wheatsheaf Inn in Carperby in Wensleydale

A few friends and I decided it was time to have lunch together and The Wheatsheaf Inn in Carperby in Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales was our chosen venue. My…


A Short Circular Walk From Hawes

A lovely short walk from Hawes, Upper Wensleydale, the perfect stroll whatever time of day. Easy going on the south side of Hawes, below Wether Fell, open views across Wensleydale,…


The Red Squirrel Trail at Snaizeholme near Hawes

What about spending some time red squirrel gazing? There is a viewing area and feeding station at Snaizeholme above Hawes where you can go and spend some time, hopefully as…

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