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Settle in the Dales


Ribblehead Viaduct was built in the 1870s for the Settle-Carlisle Railway, at the cost of hundreds of construction workers’ lives

At no time of year is God’s Own Country more heavenly than autumn, with golden bracken, falling leaves and no shortage of pubs in which to warm soggy boots by the fireside – especially around the Yorkshire Dales National Park. HF Holidays offers self-guided walking holidays out of 19th-century Newfield Hall – a spot ideally placed for attempts on the blustery summits of Pen-y-Ghent and Ingleborough, or an amble beneath the mighty arches of the Ribblehead Viaduct on the Settle-Carlisle Railway.

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