Pick up times
9.00am Guiseley Station Road
9.15am Yeadon Terminus
9.30am Pudsey Bus Station
9.45am Bramley Shopping Centre
Return time: 17.30
Yorkshire Dales 13th August
We start of by visiting Hawes You could visit Dales Countryside Museum. With loads of fun and interesting things for visitors of all ages to see and do, the Museum offers the chance to discover what is so unique about the Yorkshire Dales and make your visit to the area really special. Highlights include being able to step back in time to find out why creatures like rhinos, elephants and hippos once roamed the area plus you can also see amazing and precious objects such as the Bronze Age spearhead and Viking gold ring.
You may wish to find out all about The roots of Wensleydale cheese which are firmly set in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, at the Wensleydale Creamery, built in 1897 it was the first to be built and the skilled cheese makers still continue the art of hand-crafting the world famous cheese. Visit the centre to take a trip back in time explore the museum and experience the captivating, emotional story behind Yorkshire's famous cheese.
Alternatively Hardraw Force is at the head of a short gorge behind the Green Dragon Inn and, at 100 feet, has the reputation of being one of the highest single-drop waterfalls in England. It was already a well-known attraction in Turner's time, with fellow contemporaries such as Wordsworth also visiting. (Prices: Adults £2.50 Children (5 to 16 years) £1.50 Under 5's free.)
Then @ 13.30 we will depart Hawes and stop off at the fantastic site that is Ribblehead Viaduct where those of you that like a good photo opportunity, Ribblehead viaduct is home to one of the most impressive engineering projects in England.
Then we head off Ingleton
Situated on the borders of North Yorkshire, Cumbria and Lancashire, it makes a great base for a day tip. Known as the “Land of Waterfalls and Caves”, the village is most famous for its Waterfalls Trail, White Scar Caves, the Yorkshire Three Peaks and Ribblehead Viaduct on the Settle to Carlisle train line.
There is a varied range of places you can stop for a late lunch whilst in Ingleton.