Teachers' Travel HF Holidays
Guided Walking in Britain
South Yorkshire Dales Malhamdale
The Yorkshire Dales are located in North-Central England not far from the Scottish border. The rugged Yorkshire Dales National Park is rich in wild-flowers and waterfalls and is excellent hiking country. We stay at lovely Malhamdale for a week of exploring this fabled region... the home of the Brontes and James Herriot. On our walks we visit the graceful ruins of Bolton Abbey; Studley Royal Estate and its water gardens.
Guided walking holidays start Fridays from March - November.
start at 804 GBP per person for one week based on
double occupancy. (approximately $1439 Cdn)
Walking: Terrain is rocky and can be wet and muddy. A choice of three guided walks is offered each day.
When you are not walking: There is much history in
the region. Step back in time at East Riddlesden Hall, built during the Civil War by a passionate Royalist, with its
dramatic history and panoply of ghosts. Yorkshire is steeped in history and
tradition with attractions like Skipton Castle, one of Britain’s
best-preserved medieval castles. This is Bronte country - the home of the Bronte
sisters and the setting for the novels Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights.