Rivers and Streams
Landscapes by Location
The British Landscape
Copt Howe Ancient Carvings
Copt Howe Ancient Carvings include what are known in rock climbing circles as The Langdale Boulders, two prehistoric rock art sites in Great Langdale, 250m south of Harry Place.
Askrigg is a small village in Wensleydale and has cobbled streets and a typically North Yorkshire rural charm.
Middleton is surrounded by the spectacular hills and dales of the White Peak which is excellent walking country.
The name Kingsdale derives from a combination of Old Norse and Old English, Kyen and Dael, which means 'The valley where the cows were kept'.
Achnabreck Prehistoric Rock Carvings
Achnabreck is one of the finest examples of prehistoric rock art in Scotland. They are spread over three outcrops and are among the largest and most complex decorations.
The main part of the house at Ickworth is the notable 'Rotunda' a round two story building with domed roof, flanked by two wings in a crescent shape.
Hebblethwaite Hall Gill
Hebblethwaite Hall Gill is remarkable for a series of small waterfalls by the ruins of an old mill. Situated at the bottom of a small ravine the ruins are of stone-built buildings with a few sections of wall still upstanding.
Three Kings Mine
The Tilberthwaite Mine, reckoned to be based on the old Three King's Mine is a deep, 155 metres down to the Tilberthwaite Deep Level.
The column monument at Elveden commemorates the men of the three parishes of Elveden, Erswell and Icklingham who died in the Great War
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