Nidderdale
Nidderdale
   
Situated to the east of the  Yorkshire Dales National Park  is Nidderdale,  an Area of Outstanding
Natural  Beauty.  At the heart of Nidderdale is the small town of Pateley Bridge, halfway between
Grassington  and  Ripon.   Near the head of Nidderdale  is How Stean Gorge  where a  variety  of
activities, rock climbing, via ferrata and caving can be enjoyed.  Gouthwaite Reservoir is located
between  Pateley Bridge  and  Ramsgill and  there  are several  other reservoirs  nearby.   Lead
mining  took  place  on  Greenhow Hill  above  Pateley Bridge  on  the  road  to Grassington and
there  are  other  interesting  features,  notably  Brimham Rocks  and Coldstones Cut.
Nidderdale
Nidderdale
Pateley Bridge
Pateley Bridge
Greenhow Village
Greenhow Village
How Stean Gorge
How Stean Gorge
Brimham Rocks
Brimham_Rocks
Tom Taylor's Cave
Tom Taylor's Cave
Goyden Pot
Goyden Pot
Manchester Hole
Manchester Hole
Mines of Greenhow Hill
Greenhow Mines
Cock Hill Lead Mine
Cockhill Level
Pubs and inns
Pubs
Camping
Camping