Bronte Country, where the Brontes live and wrote their famous novels.
Guide to bus and train services in the Yorkshire Dales, with links to other sites of interest to visitors.
The Forest of Bowland AONB covers a large area, of which 31 square miles (80 square km) is in Craven. Well-wooded and dotted with picturesque stone farms and villages, these lower slopes, criss-crossed by drystone walls.
Environmental action group site.
A tribute to Yorkshire Heritage, packed with facts and information about our beautiful county.
For all information relating to Gunnerside. The site has a photo library, bibliography and census information. Although quite new it will be added to as information is received.
The Howardian Hills covers 79 square miles (204 square km). It is a unique and captivating landscape with its well-wooded rolling countryside, patchwork of arable and pasture fields, scenic villages and historic country houses with classic parkland landscapes.
Nidderdale AONB covers 233 square miles (603 square km). It boasts remote fells, managed grouse moors, crags and reservoirs.
The North Yorkshire Moors Association's own web site. Information about one of England's finest moorland landscapes and coast lines
The North York Moors National Park was established in 1952 and covers an area of 554 square miles (1,436 square km). It contains the largest expanse of heather moorland in England and Wales covering an area of over 170 square miles (440 square km) and it has one of the largest concentrations of ancient and veteran trees in northern England.
The Society was formed on 2nd December 1963 and is based on the administrative district of Ryedale. It is responsible for 800 kilometre squares with Kirkbymoorside at an approximate centre. Our area is defined by the northern watershed running from Black Hambleton to Saltersgate; the Whitby to Thornton-le-Dale road to the east and the drove road along the edge of the Hambleton Hills to the west. Our southern boundary is less easy to describe but generally includes the Howardian Hills as far as Malton and the Kirkham Gorge.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park was established in 1954 and covers an area of 680 square miles (1,762 square km) straddling the central Pennines in the counties of North Yorkshire and Cumbria. It has spectacular scenery, a rich cultural heritage and is a haven for wildlife, perfect for recreation and peaceful relaxation.
This site has a vast amount of information: accommodation, guided walks excursions, local artists,photographers and local culture and much more.
Prime source of information about England's biggest and best County
Containing information on the whole county including places to stay and things to see and do.
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