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spathiphyllum | 10:10 Wed 10th Apr 2019 | People & Places
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Where is 'the' place to go in the Yorkshire dales for a nice walk, and a pint?

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Burnsall and walk down to Appletreewick along the side of the river, then back to Red Lion at Burnsall for lunch. Sorted.
12:58 Wed 10th Apr 2019
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Yes, thank you Ael
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dovedale is quite famous in the peak district, along with jacobs ladder. I was wondering if the Dales had anything like these iconic walks / places?
you're welcome, i'm not suggesting you try them all in one day ...
Spath the Yorkshire Dales is full of nice walks, fabulous scenery, and pubs for all tastes. You've got the choice of the pretty green dales, say Coverdale and Nidderdale, or further north where it gets more barren and in some cases, above the tree line, but still, to me, beautiful. Depends what you like.
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I would like to go on a two hour walk i think preferable with a cave or waterfall to spectate then have a pub lunch in "typical Yorkshire dales" I want the classic

Thanks for all suggestions they shall be reviewed in depth
Burnsall and walk down to Appletreewick along the side of the river, then back to Red Lion at Burnsall for lunch. Sorted.
^And watch for the Dippers in the river and listen for the Green Woodpeckers.
Not too far from Zac's suggestion is How Stean Gorge which is amazing, definitely worth a look.
https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g2144131-d1818922-Reviews-How_Stean_Gorge-Lofthouse_North_Yorkshire_England.html
And a pint in the beer garden at the side of the New Inn in Ap'trick looking out at Simon's Seat. Aaaaaah.
Aye, I'll see thee there Zacs. Heaven.
Eeee, lass I could tell thee some stories about my shenanigans in Ap'trick.
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Thanks all any suggestions is fab. Zacks looking online that would be very ideal!
Good man. You'll love it.
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Can you stay by the rivers side?
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As in stay close whilst walking.. Not stay as in stop for the night :)
You can book a room in the Red Lion at the side of the river. Or you can camp at Mason's campsite in Appletreewick which backs onto the river.
Ah, I see. Yes there's a large grass car park at the far side of the river from the village where people go and have picnics / BBQs. There's usually a Doubtfire's ice cream van as well. Mmmm.

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