Ribblesdale

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Information on Ribblesdale, Yorkshire

Ribblesdale is named after the River Ribble which flows West into Lancashire and eventually arrives at the Irish Sea. The valley passes between Ingleborough and Pen-Y-Ghent which are two of the famous 3 Peaks of Yorkshire, which attract many walkers to the area. The Settle to Carlisle railway passes through the dale and crosses the famous Ribblehead viaduct North of Horton in Ribblesdale.

Villages in Ribblesdale -

Chapel Le Dale

Horton in Ribblesdale

Ingleton

Settle

Stainforth

 

For info on where to stay in the Dales and hotel, B+B and cottage bookings see my accommodation page.

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