Yorkshire Dales - Attractions & Things To Do
Experience the Yorkshire Dales with a thrilling ride on the back of a boom trike. Frm one hour to 2 day the range of more than 25 tours offers everything from a taster ride with tastes at a local eatery to a Tour De France stage to an all encompassing exploration.
Underground and overground the Yorkshire Dales Guides can provide you with an experience in Yorkshire, from family caving trips to advanced SRT underground, to guided walks and night navigation above ground.
The Kilnsey Park offers a fun and informative day out for all the family with plenty of new experiences to try. Situated in Wharfedale, between the villages of Grassington and Kettlewell, the estate offers nature, fishing and great Yorkshire food in a stunning setting.
Visit one of the Yorkshire Dales premier show caves, the guided tour offers the opportunity to see of the finest cave formation with a guide and while walking on a well laid concrete path, which is even suitable for standard pushchairs.
White Scar Caves is situated close to the village of Ingleton and offer regular guided departures to see some of the stunning formations inside, including waterfall, witches finder and the judge.
Bolton Castle is one of the best preserved medieval castles in the country. Many of the rooms and features are in outstanding condition, with gardens to explore, a falconry centre and wild boars the castle provides a great family day out.
Hardraw Force England's Highest Single Drop Waterfall is set in fifteen acres of woodland. The waterfall set is within the grounds of the Green Dragon Pub, access to the visitor centre is via the pub.
The Forbidden Corner is one of the most unique attractions in Yorkshire, if not in the whole of the UK. Sited on a four acre garden in the Yorkshire Dales, a visit to The Forbidden Corner will delight all ages. Discover the labyrinth of tunnels, a pyramid of transucent glass, a maze and hidden delights and follies.
Malham Cove is a limestone cliff some 80 metres high and 300 metres wide, at the top is a limestone pavement. The Cove site one mile from Malham village is an impressive site from the bottom.
Malham Tarn and Moor are managed by the National Trust, the tarn is the highest lake in England, and the area is popular with hikers, climbers, cyclists and bird-watchers.