Map sheet number OL2 in the OS Explorer map series is the ideal map to use when exploring the South and West areas of the Yorkshire Dales including Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent. Highlights: The Yorkshire three peaks, The Devils Bridge at Kirkby Lonsdale, Leeds to Liverpool Canal at Skipton, The Pennine Way, Settle, and Old Town.
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The OS Explorer map for Yorkshire Dales - Southern & Western Area is available in both the standard paper version and weatherproof 'Active' version.
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Explore the lush green valleys of the South and West Yorkshire Dales, divided up by limestone scars and towering fells. Whether you’re up for an energetic outdoor expedition, or some gentle exploration of the area’s geological features, the OS Explorer OL2 map of the South and West Yorkshire Dales is all you’ll need to plot and navigate your route.
With every detail of the countryside clearly marked – from rivers to rights of way, pubs to viewpoints – no matter what your map reading experience, you’ll have no trouble following the signs and symbols.
Take on the challenge of the Yorkshire Three Peaks – Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent. And clock back in to the café in Horton in less than 12 hours for a congratulatory cuppa and souvenir.
If you’d prefer a gentler day out, why not opt for a narrow boat cruise on the Leeds-Liverpool Canal?
Or if the middle ground’s where you feel most at home, the spectacular views from the shores of Malham Tarn offer more than just reward for the moderate walk. Discover gushing waterfalls and fascinating wildlife in the setting that inspired Charles Kingsley to write ‘The Water Babies’.
Whatever your outdoor pursuits passion, make sure you don’t miss out on any of the natural wonders of the South and West Yorkshire Dales.
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