Beautiful nature of yorkshire dales national park

Established in 1954, the Yorkshire Dales National Park is located in the county of North Yorkshire, covering an area of 2,256 km².
The park is famous for its beautiful summits of small mountains, its network of caves in the limestone rocks, its charming valleys, its green plateaus, and its balanced biological system.

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Ruined wall on the side of Whernside (736m), Ingleborough (723m) on the horizon 
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Janet’s Foss ( Image source: commons.wikimedia )
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Gaping Gill Pothole (105m below ground). The height of the waterfall is around 35m … it is the tallest underground waterfall in the UK.
Hawes is a small market town and civil parish. It is known as the homeland of Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese. The town, and the Ure Valley flowing to the north, are tourist attractions. ( Image source: flickr / Billy Wilson )
Yorkshire Dales is a paradise for good food (Image source: )

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