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Melham CoveExplore the Southern Dales

The Southern Dales is a stunning and dramatic place with plenty to do all year round.

Providing some of the best walking in Britain the dales is full of wild moorland and diverse wildlife perfect for walking cycling and horse riding, whilst lurking beneath the landscape intricate maze of caves for both beginners and the more experienced potholer.

Skipton known as ‘The Gateway to the Dales' offers a mixture of hardy moorland, green pastures and dramatic rocky outcrops and magnificent views of the Skipton Castle towering this unique town. Charming villages such as Grassington and Kettlewell are the perfect base for exploring the picturesque market towns and great places to relax.



An unspoilt but busy little place, this market centre for the lovely but too often overlooked northwest corner of the Dales. Standing on the River Wenning, the town is a gateway to the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and makes an ideal base for walking, cycling, bird watching and touring. Betham hosts an outdoor market every Wednesday with a farmer market selling local produce one a month.


The picturesque market town of Ingleton is a mix of quirky specialist shops and boasts an outdoor swimming pool. In the shadow of Ingleborough, the town is surrounded by natural wonders and is a popular base for a myriad of lovely walks. Nearby attractions, including White Scar Cave, Britain's longest show cave and the beautiful Ingleton Waterfalls Trail which have attracted visitors since Victorian times.


Established in the seventh century, Grassington - in Yorkshire Dales National Park - was an important medieval market town and, between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries, a major lead mining centre two miners cottages now house the Upper Wharf dale Folk Museum. One of the most popular Whalfdale villages, yet losing nothing of its charm. Grassington's busy cobbled square is a traditional working centre with a selection of family owned shops offering quality food, clothing and gifts. In June, Grassington hosts a major two week art festival and Dickensian festival in December.


Known as "The Gateway to the Dales"; Skipton is bustling market town. Skipton Castle, one of the best preserved medieval castles in England still guards the town, sharing its site at the head of the High Street with the twelfth century Holy Trinity Church. The board High Street is the site of the traditional outdoor market held four times per week. Worth exploring for their specialist shops and restored cottages are ancient courts of ‘folds' which lead off the High Street and down to the Leeds and Liverpool Canel, where visitors can stroll along the towpath or take a cruise of the traditional barge.


This delightful and varied town has unrivalled appeal with its quaint buildings and wealth of walks. The limestone outcrop of the Castlebergh dominates the old part of the town and spectacular views can be enjoyed from its vantage point. In the heart of the town is the market place, the setting of the weekly outdoor market on a Tuesday. Settle marks the start of the famous Settle Carlisle Railway one of the country's most scenic railways and a fantastic way to explore the Dales without a car. Look out for an active programme of events at Victoria Hall; a Grade 2 listed music hall which retains many of its original features.