Yorkshire Dales National Park

My blogs

Blogs I follow

About me

Occupation National Park Authority
Location Yorkshire Dales National Park, United Kingdom
Introduction Yorkshire Dales National Park is a special place; a place of natural beauty and diversity, a place of grandeur, a place of tranquillity and solitude, a place to be refreshed and invigorated, and a place to enjoy the challenges of the hills. The interaction of people with nature throughout history has produced a landscape of remarkable and distinctive character. The National Park was established in 1954, and covers an area of 1,762 square kilometres (680 square miles) in the north of England.
Interests Yorkshire Dales National Park, Yorkshire Dales, Dales, The Dales, National Parks, rangers, conservation, environment, biodiversity, rural issues, farming, biodiversity, drystone walls, uplands, hay meadows, countryside, tourism, renewable energy, outdoors, recreation, rivers, moorland, peatland, heritage, interpretation, holidays, climbing, caving, horse riding, walking, cycling, MTB, Three Peaks, Pennine Bridleway, Pennine Way, Dales Way, Coast to Coast, Ribble Way, The Herriot Way, community, culture, geocaching, fell running, archeology, Dales Countryside Museum, development control, access, acess for all, rights of way, open access, countryside code, pot holing, trees, woodland, tourist information, volunteering, outreach, protected landscape, EUROPARC, Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas, sustainable tourism, sustainability, education