Welcome to Malhamdale
The dramatic scenery around Malhamdale of Malham Cove, Janet's Foss and Gordale Scar are probably the most remarkable tourist attractions in the Yorkshire Dales.
All of these limestone features within easy walking distance of the village of Malham, one of the most visited in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The natural limestone formation of Malham Cove, is made of a vast, bowed limestone crag at the head of a dale, its top displays an exceptional area of limestone pavement.
A fantastic gorge produced by the melt water from glaciers, Gordale Scar and its overhanging limestone cliffs of over 100 metres high are always worthy of a visit when in Malhamdale. The stream that flows from the base of the scar is the River Aire.
There are always things going on in Malhamdale, including Malham Show A traditional Agricultural Show held on August Bank Holiday Saturday and including the Malham Show Trailquest Mountain Bike Orienteering event and the Malham Show Fell Race.
A wide ranging mix of information and links which is divided into townships for easy navigation, just select the Village or Township that interests you from the navigation buttons to see what information, maps, pictures etc. are available.
Yorkshire Dales National Park Pages
Here is a list of suggested walks in Malhamdale. They are organised according to length, starting with the shortest strolls.
- Skipton Web
Skipton Web contains: Links to all known websites relating to the town of Skipton, North Yorkshire, UK. Virtual Tour of Skipton. Interactive Flash map of Skipton.
Malhamdale Accommodation & Attractions
hotel Malham malhamdale Yorkshire Dales
River house combines modern facilities with period elegance all 8 bedrooms are en-suite, 2 with baths and showers the other 6 have showers some with power showers.