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A traditional cafe run by the same family since 1965, the Pen-y-Ghent fills walkers' fuel tanks with fried eggs and chips, homemade scones and pint-sized mugs of tea. It also sells maps, guidebooks and walking gear.
Formerly an undertaker's (look for the 'naked man' on the outside wall, dated 1663), Ye Olde Naked Man serves superb Yorkshire pudding with a choice of fillings.
The Ribble Valley is well covered by the northern loop of the Lancashire Cycle Way; for more information about routes, safety and so on, contact Blazing Saddles , a Yorkshire-based bike shop.
A traditional teashop that serves sandwiches, and dishes such as Lancashire hotpot.
The Ribble Way, a 70-mile footpath that follows the River Ribble from its source at Ribblehead (in the Yorkshire Dales) to the estuary at Preston, is one of the more popular walks in the area and passes through Clith...
Located northeast of Preston, the Ribble Valley's largest market town is best known for its impressive Norman keep, built in the 12th century and now, sadly, standing empty; from it there are great views of the river...
Located in the extensive grounds of Clitheroe's Norman keep, the newly refurbished Castle Museum, explores 350 million years of local history.
The 72-mile Settle–Carlisle Line, built between 1869 and 1875, offers one of England's most scenic railway journeys...
From Swaledale, climb up to the moors above Arkengarthdale in search of the Tan Hill Inn, Britain's highest pub.
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