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Country Parks, Walks & Viewpoints in Yorkshire Dales

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Yorkshire Dales Country Parks, Walks & Viewpoints

 
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Hornby Laithe, Stainforth, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 9PB
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Yorkshire Dales Guides offer a wide range of activities and courses. Set up in 1991, all instructors are local, experienced and qualified in the appropriate activity.

Activities include caving, climbing & abseiling, navigation skills & GPS, challenge events, teambuilding and guided walks. Caving for all levels including a Full day, half day or evening trips

For those with very limited or no previous experience, ideal for schools, colleges and other groups who want to experience underground exploration. Waterfall climbs, large stream ways, small hand line climbs and optional crawling sections.

Trips can be arranged for all abilities including those with special needs. All activities are closely supervised by our expert instructors and specialist equipment is provided as required, allowing you to enjoy the challenges on offer from Yorkshire Dales Guides.
Tel: 01729 824455
E-mail: info@yorkshiredalesguides.co.uk
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Coniston Cold, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 4EA 
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The Coniston Hotel has been awarded Yorkshire's best large hotel by Welcome to Yorkshire. and is set in 1400-acres of land and home to a variety of outdoor activities, ideal for both leisure and business customers alike.

Participate in country sports from Clay Pigeons to Falconry, Archery to fly fishing, Target Golf or the Land Rover Experience. Team building and cegways on request. Professional instructors are on hand for all activities.

71 luxury en-suite rooms, many overlooking the lake offer guests the utmost in comfort and style, all with Flatscreen TV's and Freeview. All rooms offer views of Coniston Estate and Yorkshire countryside. The ideal base for a perfect getaway, with everything you need to make your break even more special within the grounds. Ample car parking is also available.
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E-mail: reservations@theconistonhotel.com
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Heritage Walks

Web: www.nidderdaleaonb.org.uk

Put on your walking boots and explore some of our fabulous countryside and heritage. Follow one of the Heritage Walks in Nidderdale, area of outstanding natural beauty. A good selection of leaflets and books on other walks are available from the Tourist Information Centre's in Harrogate, Knaresborough & Ripon.

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Gouthwaite Reservoir (birdwatching)

Particularly popular location for bird watchers and it is noted county wide for hosting birds of prey and a variety of waders. Gouthwaite can be found in Upper Nidderdale - 5 minute drive from Pateley Bridge.

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Hackfall Wood (birdwatching)

Near Grewelthorpe is particularly good in spring for woodland birds, including the rarer species such as woodcock, pied flycatcher, wood warbler and the lesser spotted woodpecker. Grewelthorpe is located in between Ripon and Masham.

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The Nidderdale Moors (birdwatching)

The Nidderdale Moors are designated as a Special Protection Area support nationally important populations of Golden Plover, Lapwing and Red Grouse.

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The Settle Loop

Part of the new Pennine Bridleway National Trail   

The Settle Loop is the first 10 mile (16km) section of what will eventually be the 350 mile Pennine Bridleway National Trail. This will run from Middleton Top in Derbyshire through Lancashire, Yorkshire Dales National Park, Cumbria, to Byrness in Northumberland. Opened in August 2005, the Settle Loop is a circuit starting and ending in Settle and was created to allow horse-riders, mountain-bikers and walkers to spend a whole day in the Yorkshire Dales National Park whilst journeying along the National Trail.

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