Our battery powered buggies enable our less mobile visitors to enjoy some of the most spectacular scenery in places that they would have previously thought impossible to visit.
Come and try your luck fly-fishing on Malham Tarn to see how many fish you can catch.
Enjoy our special place as you walk across our limestone pavements, grassland, high peaks and rocky outcrops.
We are surrounded by spectacular limestone scenery and are a great place for stretching your legs. Here's a few ideas of things to do when you visit us.
Discover England’s highest lime-rich lake, home to a unique community of rare plants and animals. It is an area of outstanding moorland uplands, with flower-rich hay meadows, varied birdlife and awe-inspiring vistas.
On your next visit to why not bring your bike and sample our stunning scenery from the many tracks and bridleways that are ideal for a pedaling adventure?
Enjoy a scenic ride in the limestone landscape of Malham Moor
We have events to get you outdoors and in the fresh air, so come and enjoy this spring around Malham Tarn. Whatever your interests we hope we have something to tempt you to come and join us.
A scenic walk from Malham village to the magical waterfall at Janet's Foss, following the beck along gravel paths and through fields and woodlands.
From well marked trails around Malham Tarn to more rugged uphill climbs along limestone pavement and windswept moors there is a different challenge on every route.
A short linear walk along the scenic shores of Malham Tarn, a beautiful and internationally-important wetland site.
An extended route across fields and rugged tracks suitable for trampers with great views of England's highest lime-rich lake, Malham Tarn.
An easy walk across fields and rugged tracks suitable for trampers to discover England's highest lime-rich lake, Malham Tarn.
Discover archaeological remains in a landscape which has been used by man since the Mesolithic era on this walk through limestone pastures and upland hill farms.
Discover an area of ancient limestone pastures, upland hill farms and the beautiful Malham Tarn on a walk through this popular Dales beauty spot.
Follow our accessible trail across fields and rugged tracks to discover England's highest lime-rich lake, Malham Tarn, home to a unique community of rare plants and animals.
Challenge yourself to a strenuous walk up the Pennine Way to the top of Fountains Fell and be rewarded with stunning views of the Three Peaks and Ribblesdale.
Marvel at the tranquillity of the countryside and enjoy stunning views of Malham Moor and Tarn on this circular fellside walk.