visitor"s guide to the Yorkshire Dales, Teesdale & Weardale
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visitor"s guide to the Yorkshire Dales, Teesdale & Weardale by Brian Spencer

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Published by Moorland in Ashbourne .
Written in English


  • Yorkshire Dales National Park (England) -- Guide-books.,
  • North Yorkshire -- Description and travel -- Guide-books.

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Edition Notes

StatementBrian Spencer.
LC ClassificationsDA670.Y6
The Physical Object
Pagination156p.,(8)p. of plates :
Number of Pages156
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22457820M
ISBN 10086190155X, 0861901541

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The Yorkshire Dales National Park in North Yorkshire and East Cumbria and the North Pennines form a wonderful part of Northern England to visit for walks or car touring holidays. The scenery is magnificent and the countryside, villages and towns rarely seem overcrowded and the people always have friendly approach to tourism. About the Guide. By Keven Shevels A page full colour A5 booklet describing nine walks and the history and landscape surrounding those walks, through the length of the Teesdale valley. The River Tees, one of the major rivers of the north and in it's upper reaches, in Teesdale, a haven for walkers. There are so many things to do in Durham Tees Valley, but here are the top 1. Take a tram ride at Beamish. Award-winning open air museum Beamish tells the story of life in the region during the s, s and s. As well as getting the chance to ride in an historic tram, visitors can go down a coal mine and experience the harsh reality of life underground. Old Queen's Head is a lovely second floor apartment situated in the market town of Wolsingham just fourteen miles from Durham in the Yorkshire Dales. The apartment can sleep two people in one king-size double bedroom with an en-suite shower room. There is also an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area.

Find great deals on eBay for teesdale. Shop with confidence. Forming part of the Teesdale Way, and within easy reach of the Cleveland Way, this walker’s paradise provides an excellent base from which walkers and cyclists can explore this delightful Dales area including nearby Swaledale and Weardale, with many bridleways, footpaths, cycle trails and lovely riverside walks available. Visit Yorkshire Dales The Yorkshire Dales National Park is in Yorkshire (and a small part in Cumbria), northern England, lying between Skipton to the south and Barnard castle to the north. Note that parts of the Yorkshire Dales fall outside the National Park itself e.g. Nidderdale Area of Outstanding National Beauty and that the Yorkshire Moors. Teesdale, Barnard Castle - Although not strictly in the dales, Teesdale is often described as the most 'northern dale' and is the area that surrounds the upper reaches of the River Tees just to the north of the Yorkshire Dales, and is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).