The Yorkshire Dales is a wonderful outdoor playground for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. Here are a few ideas for ways to enjoy the fresh air and outdoor landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales.
Why not start with geocaching? Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. To take part you seek to navigate to a set of GPS coordinates and try to find the geocache (container) hidden there. Check out details for fun Geocaching in Yockenthwaite.
Enjoy exploring Janets Foss Waterfall in Malhamdale - perhaps even taking a paddle!
Admire and scramble over the limestone rocks in Malham, taking care if they are slippery and wet.
Set off on a good walk in the fresh air, armed with a backpack each and your picnic lunch it is such a rewarding way to enjoy the landscapes and burn off some energy at the same time.
Why not take part in the Junior Fell Race at Kilnsey Show? The Show takes place on the Tuesday following August Bank Holiday Monday.
Explore the amazing underground world at one of the cave systems in the Yorkshire Dales. Stump Cross Caverns is located at the roadside between Grassington and Pateley Bridge.