The yorkshire dales are pretty stunning – rolling green hills with limestone edges and pavements, waterfalls and woodlands, sheep and cattle and of course, lots of lovely walls making patterns throughout the landscape.
Here we have 5 360-degree pano tours linked in Klapty, they are:-
Taking in the lovely littondale and the road which climbs out of the valley to Malham.
Road to Malham
This is 1/2 way up the climb out of littondale so you get more of the cliffs in the shot
Just near to the Scalebar Force, there are a few craggy hills on the edge of ribblesdale. I flew the drone to 400 feet and a bit closer to them and all 3 of the 3 Peaks can be seen in the distance!
High above this most iconic of limestone features of teh dale, an amazing view of the topology of the area
The 250+feet tall dry waterfall that defines the area, taken from very high above and far away to ensure no wildlife was disturbed. This shows us the green fields towards Lancashire and the rocky outcrops if you look into the dales.