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YORKSHIRE DALES (The)
The Yorkshire Dales National Park is 840 square miles of open fells, sheep grazing, drystone walls, gushing water, caves, remote farms and drystone walls. It stretches from the Lancashire/Cumbria borders in the North West of England across to Richmond and Ilkley toward the east of Yorkshire, between the M6 and the A1. Here is a place for serious walkers and, like the Peak district, cavers.