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The National Trust are lucky to preside over a number of superb properties and points of interest within the county of Yorkshire, and one of the most notable is Fountains Abbey. The largest monastic ruins in the country and dating from the 12th century, the vast remains of the building make for a special place in which to explore the past and conjure thoughts about the lives of the monks who founded the abbey.
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Take the steam train from Embsay or park at the Abbey for a stroll and picnic by the river.
The Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway (E&BASR) is a heritage railway in North Yorkshire.
If you're visiting the area to climb, don't miss the famous Cow and Calf rocks at Ilkley.
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
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
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.
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
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