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Yorkshire Dales

Established in 1954, The Yorkshire Dales National Park encompasses thousands of square miles of scenic moors, valleys, hills and villages, demarcated by a patchwork of dry stone walls and traditional stone barns. Ribblesdale is the best known walking area in the National Park and features Yorkshire’s famous Three Peaks, noted for their challenging climbs and spectacular views. Nearby, the historic Settle-Carlisle Railway passes over the magnificent Ribblehead Viaduct, a tremendous feat of Victorian engineering.

One of the smaller but no less picturesque Dales, the Lune Valley is dominated by the rounded forms of the Howgill Fells, likened by the fell-walker Alfred Wainwright to a “heard of sleeping elephants”. Keen walkers can explore the Dales Way, which runs through a rugged gorge alongside the River Lune, linking up with numerous other footpaths from the fells.


Yorkshire Three Peaks

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The Underley Estate is located approximately a 20 minute drive to The Yorkshire Three Peaks, well known for many a charity challenge, they can also be completed individually and each have different merits, all have astounding views and challenging elements. Underley recommends Pen-Y-Ghent as it is an easily accessibly route with little map reading required, a small scrabble to the top is then matched by one of the most rewarding sights you can imagine. Drop down to the village and enjoy a pub meal or pint before heading home.