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Stop At: Yorkshire Dales National Park, Yorkshire Dales National Park, North Yorkshire, England
The Yorkshire Dales are renowned worldwide thanks to James Herriot and the all creatures Great and Small TV show. One of Britain’s most iconic landscapes its 841 sq. miles is covered with dramatic limestone hills and deep cut river valleys. It is lined with miles upon mile of dry stone wall and dotted with remote villages and sheep. This tour takes you into the heart of the Dales through the famous valleys of Wensleydale and Swaledale. It includes stops at Historic ruins such as Bolton Castle and Jervaulx Abbey and popular towns such as Reeth. Hawes or Grassington.
Our friendly guides will let you know all about the area, from the creation of the landscape and the dramatic history of the people who shaped it. You will travel over remote passes from dale to dale to experience some of the most unique views in England. There will be plenty of stops for photos at various locations to help you record memories including Bolton Castle, Mary Queen of Scots prison home overlooking famous Wensleydale. Lunch will be in Reeth and gives you the chance to sample some local fayre such as Yorkshire pudding or Wensleydale Cheese at a traditional Pub or tearoom. This delightful village is nestled amongst the hills of Swaledale overlooking the dry stone wall line meadows and heath clad hill moors. Relax in our comfortable 16 seat minibuses as your guide safely takes you up hill and down dale.
Duration: 8 hours 15 minutes