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#1 of 7 things to do in Malham
Decided to have a drive to malham cove such a lovely place nice easy parking£5 for the day lovely cafe's and lovely walks with beautiful scenery lots to do and see really is worth a visit nice pubs with lovely bee...
Start at the National Park Centre and walk towards Janet's Foss (a waterfall), go to Gordale Scar (overhanging cliffs) which is a slight detour, come back to the trail and walk across fields till you come to the f...
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#3 of 7 things to do in Malham
Well to see this place in a better weather is fantastic the Pretty Waterfall is so outstanding and a delight to see we were very impressed at what we could see the magic walk along wooded steam was just out of thi...
The waterfall is about 1 mile from the car park at Malham along an easy path with lovely views all the way- i would definately recommend a visit if you are in the Yorkshire dales, also visit Malham Cove nearby


Kettlewell 7.1 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Kettlewell
My great niece really enjoyed herself and we spent a good couple of hours meandering the streets looking for clues - so if you haven't been, it's well worth a visit.
Where else could you see Jimmy Hendrix, The Spice Girls and the Beatles all in one afternoon.... Well done to everyone involved a fantastic day out and we will certainly be back next year.

Linton Falls

Grassington 6.3 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Grassington
We had a gentle stroll from Hebden to the falls and would recommend this walk as it was relaxing and rewarding we stayed for an hour just soaking up the atmosphere and enjoying nature at its best.
We have walked the 4 miles along the river from Grassington to Burnsall, past two sets of well maintained stepping stones, on several occasions and are always wowed by the attractive scenery.
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