The Southern Yorkshire Dales includes the major valley of Wharfedale, its tributary Littondale, as well as the headwaters of the River Aire in Malhamdale, all set within the National Park.
25 great walks, well illustrated and concisely described, lead you through stunning landscapes of rolling moorland, wooded riverbanks and spectacular limestone scars and pavements.
Explore limestone uplands above Malham and Arncliffe, the dramatic scenery of Simon's Seat, Rylstone Crags and Hebden Gill; and climb iconic peaks Buckden Pike and Great Whernside.
Discover the immense grandeur of Malham Cove, Trollers Gill, Conistone Dib and Gordale Scar, as well as the many charms of Malham Tarn, Langstrothdale, Bolton Abbey and Strid Wood.
Amble around the absorbing little town of Grassington, along with a wealth of colourful stone-built villages such as Burnsall, Kettlewell, Kirkby Malham, Linton and Appletreewick.
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