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Dent is a valley of contrasts, from its cobbled streets and charming stone houses to windswept moors, sparkling waterfalls and tumbling streams. Awash with natural beauty and fascinating heritage, this tranquil Dales community has attracted poets, painters and musicians for many years.

Ribblehead Viaduct

Welcome to Dent

Thinking of Yorkshire often conjures up images of quaint tea rooms, real ale houses, cobbled streets and wild moorlands. And Dent has all these things in spades! You'll find Britain's best real ale, with the famous Dent bitter and local brewery both must-visit destinations. Nestling in picturesque Dentdale, in the far west corner of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, it is one of the remotest breweries in the country. Dent Brewery supplies its award winning beers to many locations across Yorkshire and the North of England and has its own tap-house in the village, The George and Dragon Hotel.

The view from on high

St.Andrew's Church elevated position makes it a prominent landmark in the Dale. It has served the small farming community for at least a 1000 years. You can still see the Norman features in the Tower and the Norman-arched doorway.
Not to be out done in the height stakes, Dent Station is the highest mainline station in England. It is 1150 feet above sea level and was first opened for public use in 1877- it closed in 1970 and reopened in 1986 and is positioned almost halfway between Leeds and Carlisle.

Hiking and the Heritage Trail

Dent is a superb place for hiking, with stunning walks through the beautiful wooded gully of Flintergill following the Heritage Trail and easy going routes along the River Dee. Two major long distance cycle routes also pass through the dale - the Dales Cycle Way and the Pennine Cycle Way - with quiet country lanes ideal for a relaxed cycle ride. The Dent Village Heritage Centre is also a must-visit, with exhibits telling the story of Dent through the working lives of the Dales folk. You can also sample some of the most beautiful panoramic scenery in the Yorkshire Dales, including a seven metre wide photograph of the Dentdale Valley in all its glory.