Cycling in Malham
The Yorkshire Dales Cycle Way passes through Malham, and offers a classic 3 or 4 day cycle ride. Get out on your bike and enjoy the stunning landscape. Whether you’re after hard core down hills, or just a simple ride through the countryside, you can ride as far as your legs will allow you!
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A walkers’ paradise. Whether you're a novice or a seasoned walker, you will find the Malhamdale scenery truly stunning.
The Yorkshire Dales Cycle Way passes through Malham, and offers a classic 3 or 4 day cycle ride. Get out on your bike and enjoy the stunning landscape.
Malham Cove, as seen in one of the Harry Potter films, was used for training by the successful 1953 Everest Expedition, and has some of the toughest Limestone routes in the world.
Fountains Fell Distance: 8.5 miles/14km Start/Finish: Malham Tarn Field Centre, BD24 9PU Terrain: Track, trail, rough moorland Toughness: Challenging Ascent: 395 metres Navigation: Mod
72 mile route from Settle to Carlisle takes you on a journey through the magnificent Yorkshire Dales. Visit the website
The trout farm and shop down at Kilnsey Park Estate makes for a really good day out for any aspiring fisherman. See the Kilnsey Fishing website
For climbers we have one of Yorkshire's Big Three limestone crags, Kilnsey Crag (the other two being Gordale and Malham). This is mostly higher grade sport climbing but there are some very good
For Cyclists, we are on the Tour de France route and the area is really popular with road cyclists. We have a large secure bike shed and concreted metal hoops in the floor so make sure that you bri
This is a simply amazing area for fell running. A popular winter route is night running over Great Whernside, only for the experienced, but with a clear night, there is really nowhere better on
Walkers are in for a treat! With YHA Kettlewell being pretty much at the foot of Great Whernside, a great day's walk is up, round the back of the house and over the top to Starbotton and back in
Mountain and cyclocross bikes are welcome on all the bridle ways in the area, have a look at the map (available in reception) as there are so many great routes to chose form.
The Yorkshire Dales is renowned for its walking terrain, and there aren’t many better reasons as to why than a visit to Malham Cove and Gordale Scar. Formed by a melting glacier at the end of
A wonderland of sculpted passages and beautiful cave formations which were hidden behind large calcite dams until 1837.
This magnificent engine in a working cotton mill, steams on most Sundays during the summer.
Get out and about on your bike and enjoy the landscape, with lots of forest and hill trails to discover and breathtaking views of the Stocks Reservoir.
The Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway (E&BASR) is a heritage railway in North Yorkshire.