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Attractions to explore nearby Semerwater

SemerwaterSemerwater, Leyburn DL8, UK

Semerwater is the second largest natural lake in North Yorkshire and one of only two natural lakes to be found in the Yorkshire Dales, the other being Malham Tarn. It was one of the iconic location for a picnic with your family and also there are so many other leisure activities in this area.

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Wensleydale2.76 KMs away from Semerwater

Wensleydale Famous for its cheese, historic villages, traditional markets, and crafts. This beautiful valley set in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales has plenty to captivate the visitor. The valley is famous for its cheese, with the main commercial production at Hawes. It was a common destination for visitors who like walking on mountains, moorland, dale-sides, and valley bottoms.

Dales Countryside Museum5.17 KMs away from Semerwater

This museum tells the fascinating story of the Yorkshire Dales and the people who have lived and worked here for thousands of years. The museum is located beside the disused Hawes railway station in the small town of Hawes at the head of Wensleydale. The museum's outdoor display includes a real steam train and carriages on the track bed of the former Wensleydale Railway.

Aysgarth Falls9.29 KMs away from Semerwater

Aysgarth Falls was actually a series of three main waterfalls, which the signs referred to them as Upper, Middle, and Lower. The falls are quite spectacular after heavy rainfall as thousands of gallons of water cascade over the series of broad limestone steps, which are divided into three stages: Upper Force, Middle Force and Lower Force. There is a visitors' centre with an exhibition, information, items for sale, a café, toilets and a pay-and-display car park.

Yorkshire Dales National Park9.67 KMs away from Semerwater

The Yorkshire Dales National Park is a 2,178 km2 national park in England covering most of the Yorkshire Dales. The majority of the park is in North Yorkshire, with a sizeable area in Cumbria and a small part in Lancashire. The park was designated in 1954 and extended in 2016. Over 95% of the land in the Park is under private ownership; there are over 1,000 farms in this area.