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Explore the Northern Dales

The Northern Dales attract visitors from all across the World.  Dramatic valleys, historic market towns, traditional villages, spectacular castles and fascinating family attractions make this area the ideal holiday location.

With miles of footpaths and bridleways, well positioned on the Pennine Way and Coast to Coast long distanceroutes, the Northern Dales offers fine walking country, whether it be through breathtaking Wensleydale or over the rugged terrain of Arkengarthdale.

Hawes

Known as the capital of Upper Wensleydale, Hawes is said to be the highest market town in England and inspired both the poet Wordsworth and famous landscape artist JW Turner in times gone by.  With its maze of narrow streets, quirky shops, craft galleries, tearooms, and restaurants, Hawes offers plenty to tempt every visitor.  A favourite with walkers, the Pennine Way passes through Hawes making it the ideal place to stay for long distance hikers.  The town is home to the famous Wensleydale Creamery producing the world renowned local cheese, and its Visitor Centre along with the Dales Countryside Museum and the Ropemakers are all worth visiting.

Leyburn

Leyburn is known as "A Town for all Seasons" with something to offer visitors all year round.  Its rustic charm and stunning countryside make an ideal base for walkers, enjoying spectacular views across Wensleydale.  A reputed escape route for Mary Queen of Scots, the town has its own chocolatier, an unusual tea pottery, craft shops and galleries.  Weekly markets are held each Friday and the town has a regular events calendar including the annual 'Dales Festival of Food and Drink' in May and Wensleydale Show at the end of August.  Leyburn also benefits from the Wensleydale Railway which offers regular services along the dale.

Richmond

Founded by the Normans in 1071, Richmond is a large, vibrant market town with a vast cobbled market place - reputedly the largest in England.  Known as the northern gateway to the Dales, Medieval buildings sits side by side with elegant Georgian facades.  Afree guided tour of the town offers an insight into its history as well as unrivalled views of the steep wooded valley of the River Swale and the surrounding countryside. The award-winning Georgian theatre attracts well known actors and performances, whilst its three museums offer an opportunity to discover the towns intriguing past, including the historic associations with the Green Howard's Regiment.

Reeth

Reeth sits snugle between the junction of Arkengarthdale and Swaledale, and is an ideal base forwalking holidays all year round.  Reeth has a large village green surrounded by eighteenth century houses and spectacular views in every direction.  The town initially served the needs of the local community but also became a centre for hand knitting and the local lead industries.  Today there are craft workshops, pubs and tearooms.

Middleham

Middleham Castle in times gone by was known as the 'Windsor of the North' and its spectacular ruins lie just outside this quaint town.  Two cobbled squares surrounded by Georgian buildings make up the town, with many delightful tearooms and shops plus a gallery holding regularexhibitions for visitors to explore.  Racehorses have been trined in Middleham for more than 200 years and there are still several hundred horses stabled here.  The town hosts a variety of events, including the Middleham Stables Open Event at Easter and 'living history' weekends with displays of medieval combat and music at the Castle.