YTT11d - Freestyling
Duration: 6 hours
Price per trike carrying 2 passengers: £545.00 inc refreshment & lunch stops
Start location: From your own chosen start location located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park
Route: Great one for the photographers.... You decide where, we'll plan and design the best route to take. Or just
simply leave it up to your chauffuer. Freestyling can be such a fun way to investigate the Yorkshire Dales National Park. If you have any favourite plaices,
monuments or Dales you wish to see please let us know at the time of booking. Your chauffuer tourguide can plan the best route to include all your requests. Alternatively, you can just leave it up to us as we definitely know all the best bits.......
CLICK on the Dales of interest to see our superb collection of photographs taken within.
- Arkengarthdale is a dale,
on the east side of the Pennines in North Yorkshire, England. Running roughly north-west to south-east, it is the valley of
the Arkle Beck, and is the northernmost of the Yorkshire Dales.
- Barbondale is situated on the Western
edge of the Dales and is host to the small village of Barbon which lies three miles from Kirkby Lonsdale and two miles from Casterton.
- Birkdale is situated at the end of Swaledale and is one of the smallest and most unspoilt of the Yorkshire Dales, with
wonderful scenic views of untouched field barns and isolated farmhouses.
- Bishopdale forms the tributary dale of Wensleydale and is some 7 miles long with Bishopdale Beck running through it to join up
with the River Ure about 1.1miles (1.8Km) east of Aysgarth.
- Chapel-le-Dale is a wide U-shaped Dale that stretches out from the outskirts of Ingleton all the
way up to the Ribblehead Viaduct.
- Coverdale is in the far east of the Yorkshire Dales, this dale takes its name from the River Cover and runs from
Wensleydale all the way to the wonderful Park Rash Pass.
- Deepdale lies to the North West of Whernside, which makes up part of the 24.5 miles (39.2Km) Three Peaks
Walk and close by
is the village of Dent with its cobbled streets and the home to the highest railway station in the country.
- Dentdale is the valley or dale in the North West of the
Yorkshire Dales and which the River Dee flows through.
- Garsdale was part of West Yorkshire until 1974 when it was
transferred to Cumbria.
- Howgills are a distinctive range of
rounded grassy hills which lie between Sedbergh and Ravenstonedale.
- Kingsdale is on the Western side of the Dales National Park and lies in North Yorkshire and
- Langstrothdale is one of the smaller valleys in the Dales and
has three hamlets Beckermonds, Yockentwaite and Hubberholme.
- Littondale is rich in bronze and iron age settlements for 5,000 years or more sheltering in its fertile valley. The smooth sided nature of this dale is the result
of many ice ages, especially the one dating from 20,000 years ago
- Lune Valley The Howgill Fells
dominate the whole length of the valley with their distinctive rounded profiles - likened by the famous fell-walker, Alfred Wainwright, to "a herd of sleeping elephants"
- Malhamdale is mentioned in the doomsday book as Malgun
which means settlement and is home to the famous 260ft Malham Cove and the birthplace of the river Aire.
- Mallerstang valley has a wild and remote feel hemmed in by the Mallerstang edge on one side, the distinctive wild bore fell on the
- Orton Fell lies just above the village is Great Asby Scar which is an open, exposed area of hills with stunning areas of limestone
- Raydale can be found on the south side of Wensleydale
and is home to the shortest river in England, the river Bain Valley, which is just 2.5 miles in length.
- Ribblesdale the home of the famous Three Peaks Challenge a popular event taking on Ingleborough, Pen-y-Ghent and Whernside is a challenge that many people take up.
The whole route is some 24.5 miles and a whopping 5000 ft ascent.
- Sleddale is the valley of Gayle Beck, which rises on the wild moors of Fleet Moss and Langstrothdale Chase and passes through the
village of Gayle before meeting the infant River Ure at Hawes.
- Silverdale is a side dale
of Ribblesdale, and lies west of Fountains Fell. The dale head is just south of Pen-y-ghent.
The Pennine Way crosses the head of the dale.
- Swaledale along with Arkengarthdale, Swaledale is one of the most northerly of the dales and it has perhaps
the wildest, most unspoilt scenery in the National Park.
- Wensleydale is the valley of the river Ure and is one of
only a few that are not named after its principal river. However the old name of Yoredale cab still be seen on some maps.
- Wharfedale is the largest dales mostly residing within
the National Park, although a large area lies without.
- Widdale is perhaps one of the less well-known dales in the National Park, but it is worth making the trip up from Ribblehead or down from Hawes. The
B6255 was once an old turnpike road.
YTT11h - Freestyling
Duration: 3+ hours
Price per trike carrying 2 passengers: £335.00 including refreshment stop
Start location: From your own chosen
start location located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park
Route: Freestyling around the Yorkshire Dales National Park. If you have any favourite places, monuments or Dales areas
you wish to visit; please let us know at the time of booking. This is so Jason, your chauffuer tourguide can plan a route which will include any requests. Alternatively, you can leave it up to us. We do know all the best bits.......