Although relatively small, Guisborough offers plenty for the keen tourist to do. Gisborough Priory, Gisborough Hall and Saint Nicholas' Church are all worth a visit and the surrounding area provides plenty of opportunities for keen walkers
Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is a dramatic landscape of contrasts which has been shaped over thousands of years by the people who have lived and worked here.
Without doubt it's Yorkshire Wensleydale Cheese that's made this delightful corner of Yorkshire world-famous.
It's easy to leave the pressures of everyday life behind in Swaledale. With miles of hills, moorland, and mountains to explore, and few modern distractions, you can walk, cycle or ride to your heart's content.
You can't fail to be impressed by the symphony of historical treasures that Skipton has to offer. The grand 11th Century Skipton Castle forms a dramatic centrepiece to this bustling market town and proudly overlooks a colourful orchestra of quaint streets, ancient woodland and famous waterways.
Ramblers flock to Settle and it's easy to see why. With its own natural landmark, the "Castleberg Crag", a bustling market square and a Grade II Victorian theatre, this picturesque town is an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding Dales. Stroll around the scars, caves and cliffs overlooking the town.
Pateley Bridge is full of tranquil charm as it nestles in the heart of Nidderdale, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Located in the breathtakingly beautiful region of Lower Wensleydale, Masham (pronounced 'Massam') is famous for its family-run breweries, the idyllic and spacious market place a at its centre and its sheer beauty at all times of the year.
Malham is a small village, in the Pennines, at the southern base of the Yorkshire Dales.
From the striking limestone 'shawl' to nearby Aysgarth Falls, Leyburn is best explored on foot, and the town's network of bridleways and paths are a perfect place to start.