Friday, July 22, 2011

Yorkshire Dales in United Kingdom

The Yorkshire Dales National Park covers between the Lake District and the North Yorkshire Moors. Made up of hills, moors and valleys, it is a marvelous place for cycling and walking trips. They Yorkshire Dales Cycle shows the park's best scenery or you could try one of the walls such as the Dales Way or the Pennine Way.

Wensleydale and Swadedale are the two main east/west valleys in the northern half of the park, and in the south Ribblesdale and Wharfedale are the main north/south valleys. Hawes is probably the best base for exploring the northern dales and whilst there you can visit the Wensleydale Creamery and learn about the production of that world famous cheese. Hardraw Force, the highest waterfall in the country is also close by Grassngton is the palce from which to explore beautiful Wharfedale, a classic landscape of rich, lush meadows, drystone walls and glorious views every where you look.

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