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Malham Cove

Malham is a village in North Yorkshire. There is no church in the village but at Kirkby Malham to the south.

Get in[edit]

Only reached by unclassified roads; best to use a map if coming by car. Infrequent buses from Settle and Skipton, twice a day on weekdays run by The Little Red Bus and Pennine Buses.

Get around[edit]

Map of Malham

It's easy enough to walk between all the places listed below.


two of the most exciting limestone features in Yorkshire

  • 1 Malham Cove. Malham Cove (Q1789790) on Wikidata Malham Cove on Wikipedia
  • 2 Gordale Scar. Gordale Scar (Q650289) on Wikidata Gordale Scar on Wikipedia
  • 3 Janet's Foss. a small but very pretty waterfall. Janet's Foss (Q37283) on Wikidata Janet's Foss on Wikipedia
  • Dales National Park Information centre. good photos and the village car park.







Go next[edit]

All the roads from Malham are very scenic. Malham is on the Pennine Way and the typical next stop northbound is Horton-in-Ribblesdale (14½ miles). Southbound, one might aim for Gargrave (6 miles), Thorton-in-Craven (10½ miles) or Earby (12 miles).

Routes through Malham
EdaleGargrave  S PennineWayRouteImage.svg N  Horton-in-RibblesdaleKirk Yetholm

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