Barns Of The Yorkshire Dales

Author: Andy Singleton
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ISBN: 9781905080199
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Thousands of barns are scattered among the villages, meadows and pastures of the Yorkshire Dales, making the landscape like no other. Stone structures of great character, they form a monument to immense labour in past centuries. This book takes a look at the barns of the Dales in depth.

Slow Travel Yorkshire Dales

Author: Mike Bagshaw
Editor: Bradt Travel Guides
ISBN: 1784776092
File Size: 38,94 MB
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This new, thoroughly updated edition of Yorkshire Dales, part of Bradt's series of distinctive 'Slow' guides to local UK regions, remains the most comprehensive guide to the area and covers the whole of the recently extended Yorkshire Dales National Park and Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty as well as some 'slow' and historic towns and villages just outside the boundaries. Dale by dale, each chapter covers wildlife, folklore, history and local food and drink, and suggests routes to follow to see the best of it all. Walking and cycling are included, as well as all the attractions and advice needed for a memorable visit. Written by an expert who has lived and worked in the area for over 30 years, the guide draws from his personal experiences as an outdoor enthusiast, naturalist and beer connoisseur. The Yorkshire Dales is famous internationally for its caves, scenic rivers, waterfalls and limestone flora but the lives and culture of the Dales folk that live there are just as fascinating. These days the area is also known for the Tour de Yorkshire, now firmly established as a hugely popular annual cycling event. Ease the pace and discover the delights of the north Pennines, where rivers from the limestone uplands have forged the dales that give the region its name. Drop in to the Tan Hill Inn, the highest pub in Britain, where sheep regularly find their way in to warm themselves by the roaring fire; journey into the depths of Gaping Gill, one of the largest underground chambers in Britain; or take a scenic rail trip on the famous Settle-Carlisle line, crossing the longest railway viaduct in the country at Ribblehead en route. The Yorkshire Dales offer hundreds of square miles of open-access land to explore, popular long-distance footpaths including the Pennine Way and Coast to Coast Walk, renowned medieval castles such as Skipton and Richmond, quaint stone villages and an exceptionally rich wildlife particularly associated with clean rivers and limestone-pavement flora. Discover all this and more with Bradt's Slow Travel Yorkshire Dales, the perfect companion for a successful trip.

Landmark Visitor Guide Yorkshire Dales

Author: Ron Scholes
Editor: Hunter Publishing, Inc
ISBN: 9781843062097
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This guide provides details of short circular walking routes around the Yorkshire Dales, including the Herriot Way and the Lower Dales Route. Information on local amenities, attractions and accommodation is also included.

Yorkshire Dales Walks With Children

Author: Steve Rickerby
Editor: Sigma Press
ISBN: 9781850585695
File Size: 42,54 MB
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Book Of The Yorkshire Dales

Author: Robert White
Editor: B. T. Batsford Limited
ISBN:
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Walking In The Yorkshire Dales North And East

Author: Dennis Kelsall
Editor: Cicerone Press Limited
ISBN: 1783621885
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A guidebook to 43 circular day walks covering the northern and eastern Yorkshire Dales. The walks range between 3 and 11.5 miles in length, and there are suggestions for devising longer days by combing routes. Step by step route directions include lots of information about the area, and each walk is illustrated with clear OS mapping and vibrant photographs. From Pateley Bridge and Aysgarth in the East to Kirkby Stephen and Richmond in the north, each valley has a character and history of its own and this guide covers the varied fell and dale landscapes of the Howgills, Mallerstang, Swaledale, Wensleydale, Coverdale and Nidderdale. The north and eastern regions of the Yorkshire Dales are full of wild, rugged fell tops carved by limestone crags, deep scooped-out dales with lonely farms far from villages, the ruins of medieval castles as well as the warm bustle of Dales villages and good pubs. The Howgills north of Sedbergh have a different look, with their wide domes, steep sides and long miles of grassy ridges.

Yorkshire Dales And Moors

Author: Martyn Hanks
Editor: Hunter Publishing, Inc
ISBN: 9781901522419
File Size: 60,18 MB
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In the VISITOR GUIDE series, this pocket sized book, with full colour photography and maps, is not the usual run-of-the-mill guide. The author describes places in depth, giving historical details where it is likely to enhance the visit, points out physical attractions which might easily be missed, describing their importance. Includes walks.

Homesteads Of The Yorkshire Dales

Author: James Walton
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Yorkshire Dales Collins New Naturalist Library Book 130

Author: John Lee
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007503717
File Size: 80,31 MB
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A definitive natural history of the Yorkshire Dales, covering the range of wildlife habitats, rich cultural heritage and ecological history of one of our best-loved National Parks.

Life Tradition In The Yorkshire Dales

Author: Marie Hartley
Editor: J.M. Dent & Sons
ISBN:
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Camping Barns In The Peak District

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Barns Of Rural Britain

Author: Graham Hughes
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Digital Cities

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'Digital Cities' looks at the impact of digital technologies on the design and analysis of cities, and how they might be used to help architects and designers operate at the urban scale, and design cities in a new way.

The Yorkshire Dales

Author: Joan Ingilby
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ISBN:
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Life In The Yorkshire Dales

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Somewhere Special To Stay England 2004

Author: Anonimo
Editor: British Tourist Authority
ISBN: 9780709577577
File Size: 54,43 MB
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The only official guide to 400 of the best quality assured serviced and self-catering accommodation in England, this book features English Tourism Council star ratings with unique Gold and Silver quality awards and ETC Diamond Ratings. Covering hotels, townhouses, guesthouses, B&Bs, inns, farmhouses, small hotels, and self-catering, the book lists all accommodation by region and features color maps detailing locations. It also includes special illustrated features on England's heritage, events, attractions, and tourist information centers.

The Yorkshire Dales

Author: Paul Hannon
Editor: Mercat Press Books
ISBN:
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HMSO walking books are practical guides & attractive souvenirs. Written by experienced authors, there can be few better regions for rambling than this National Park. The walks visit many places - the Aysfarth Falls, Malham Cove & Bolton Abbey.

The Economic Valuation Of Landscape Change

Author: José Manuel L. Santos
Editor: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN:
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The increase in landscape degradation in the last decades has resulted in a growing public concern for policies to conserve the countryside. This book presents theories of valuation and economic welfare which are applied to policies to conserve the landscape.The book discusses the criteria for landscape conservation decision making and places particular emphasis on the multi-dimensional nature of landscape change and the selection of an optimal policy mix for conservation. The author examines the economic theory and methods used to analyse changes in the landscape, and then applies theory and methods to conservation schemes. These empirical case studies provide rich information on the economics of landscape conservation under quite different policy contexts. Special emphasis is placed on contingent valuation methods to assess the willingness-to-pay for landscape conservation and use is made of cost-benefit analysis to select the optimal policy mix for landscape conservation, taking into account the practical problem of limited information.Environmental, agricultural and ecological economists will be interested in this book as will geographers and those involved in planning and countryside management.

The Yorkshire Dales

Author: Geoffrey Norman Wright
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D Monologia

Author: Edward Fairfax
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