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    Nidderdale Way

    £12.99
    Nidderdale is least known of the Yorkshire dales. Yet uniquely it has three large reservoirs and impressive natural features such as Brimham Rocks. It's also rich in human heritage, from mining to textile mills. This 54-mile circuit runs beside the River Nidd and high over moorland. The route starts and ends in the market town of Pateley Bridge.
    ISBN: 9781898481843
    AuthorBeth Rimmer
    Pub Date06/03/2019
    Pages72
    Availability: In Stock

    The Yorkshire Dales are famously beautiful valleys in northern England, but Nidderdale is perhaps the least known of them. Unique among the dales, this scenic valley has three large reservoirs made in the 20th century by damming the River Nidd, creating a haven for birds including rare species. The valley is also rich in human heritage, from mining to Methodism. The Nidderdale Way is a 54-mile circuit starting and ending in the charming village of Pateley Bridge; it can be walked comfortably over four to six days.

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    The Yorkshire Dales are famously beautiful valleys in northern England, but Nidderdale is perhaps the least known of them. Unique among the dales, this scenic valley has three large reservoirs made in the 20th century by damming the River Nidd, creating a haven for birds including rare species. The valley is also rich in human heritage, from mining to Methodism. The Nidderdale Way is a 54-mile circuit starting and ending in the charming village of Pateley Bridge; it can be walked comfortably over four to six days.