Yorkshire Dales National Park is one of the best kept secrets in northern England. Its glacial valleys offer a unique landscape of high heather moorland, stepped skylines, flat-topped hills and karst scenery, a landscape created by rainwater dissolving the underlying limestone bedrock. Picture-postcard villages are surrounded by sheep and cattle grazing in the green valleys.
The Dales offer a collection of unique places to visit like cliffs, falls, caves, walks and heritage buildings that rank it amongst the top of the league in UK travel. Diverse sports activity, especially walking and cycling (it was in 2014 Tour de France Grand Depart!) will keep the most active entertained, while its natural magnificent outdoors and picturesque towns allow its visitors to chill and capture the awe-inspiring landscape through their cameras.