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Explore the Western DalesGarsdaleArea

The dales to the west straddle the borders of Cumbria and the Yorkshire Dales National Park.  Among the beautiful countryside you will find a traditional way of life, traditional craftsmen, historic buildings and unusual events.

Each Dale has its own distinct personality, ranging from gentle green riverside pastures to wild windswept peaks. The Yorkshire Dales and Pennine Cycleways both run through the area, along with several long distance walking routes. With themed walks and trails, the Western Dales are an outdoor paradise.



Dent daleSet in the beautiful and secluded valley of Dentdale, the village has existed since Norman time, as the doorway on the north side of the church reveals. Dent has a quaint cobbled main street and whitewashed stone cottages.  It became particularly well known in the eighteenth century for its thriving hand knittin gindustry and its 'teribble' knitters, so-called because of the speed of their needles and the fact they were terribly good!  The village offers interesting shops, tearooms and pubs as well as galleries, craft workshops and a fascinating Heritage Centre where visitors can learn about Dales life in times gone by.  


Nestling in the foothills of the magnificent Howgill Fells, Sedbergh is England's book town in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and home to many booksellers on its picturesque main street.  Well known for its public school founded in 1525, it is reported that Bonnie Prince Charlie hid in the chimney of what is now the town chemist during the retreat north in the eighteenth century.  Spend time exploring the town's cobbled yards, narrow lanes and fine Norman church dating from around 1130.  Sedbergh's Arts and HeitageCentre is also well worth a visit and home to many local artists' studios and their work.

Kirkby Stephen

Kirkby Stephen lies as the top of Mallerstang, at the source of the River Eden and is a traditional mix of historic buildings, cobbled yards and quaint shops.  Take the Town Trail starting in the picturesque market square and discover the lesser known gems the village has to offer including the famous Frank's Bridge, an ancient stone footbridge surrounded by a delightful picnic area.  The Parish Church is known locally as the Cathedral of the Dales and is home to the eighth century Loki stone, one of the remnants of the Vikings who settled in the area.  The famous Coast to Coast Walk, devised by Alfred Wainwright passes through the town.

Kirkby Lonsdale

The delightful market town of Kirkby Lonsdale is set in the lush Lune Valley between the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks.  The town has an excellent selection of speciality shops as well as an excellent selection of speciality shops as well as a number of attractive seventeenth and eighteenth century inns and buildings.  The view of the river from St. Mary's churchyard prompted John Ruskin to describe the landscape as some of the loveliest in country and later inspired a famous painting by JW Turner.  The twelfth century Devil's Bridge is a scheduled monument and spans the river with graceful ribbed arches.  In the thirteenth century, the town was granted a charter for fairs and still holds a popular market on Thursdays.