One windy walk..

First hike of 2018 and I explored The Yorkshire Dales!

Right on my doorstep but never taken for granted đź’• Today I went to Malham Cove for the first time.

Beautiful place even if I have never been so cold in my life!

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  1. […] It was a great way to experience Lancashire and Yorkshire a little differently. Because of its location, we were within easy reach of a number of great locations. This included Hornby Castle, Ingleton, Morecombe Bay, Whitescar Cave, Heysham and Ribblehead Viaduct to name the few I visited. You can also get to Ingleborough one of the three Yorkshire peaks, and the city of Lancaster really easily from here. Perhaps even pay a visit to the very popular Malham Cove for one of the best walks in Yorkshire (See my previous post about this here). […]

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  2. […] – Fulneck Moravian Settlement – Black Carr Woods – Ilkley Moor – Otley Chevin – Fairburn Ings – Roundhay Park – Esholt Woods – Pugneys Country Park – Ilkley river – Adel Dam – Skipton to Gargrave – Knaresborough – Malham Cove […]

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  3. […] – Fulneck Moravian Settlement – Black Carr Woods – Ilkley Moor – Otley Chevin – Fairburn Ings – Roundhay Park – Esholt Woods – Pugneys Country Park – Ilkley river – Adel Dam – Skipton to Gargrave – Knaresborough – Malham Cove […]

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