Photographs from the Dales

Here are a few of the many photographs Jason has taken over the years in and around the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park. All photographs are Free to Use for any Business Assist clients to help their business awareness and to promote this gorgeous area fondly known as 'Gods own Country'.

If you required any of these images in a larger size please email me with your requests. There is a norminal licensing fee for their use by non Business Assist clients. Email for more details.

Lower Cray Falls Upper Wharfedale

Buttertubs Pass looking into Swaledale

Cow & Calf Rock Ilkley Moor Wharfedale

Steam into Settle Ribblesdale

Tree growing out of solid rock Ribblesdale

Barden Tower Lower Wharfedale

Bolton Priory Wharfedale

Drinking in the views Swaledale

Rylstone Village Pond Lower Wharfedale

Pendragon Castle Mallerstang

Craven Arms Appletreewick

Oughtershaw Village Hall Upper Wharfedale

Spring Flower in Burnsall Wharfedale

Barn Buttertubs Pass Swaledale

Beamsley Beacon Lower Wharfedale

Bolton Abbey Lower Wharfedale

Cray Fells on a very windy day Wharfedale

Bolton Castle Wensleydale

Swaledale Sheep

Lime Kilns Mallerstang

Stone Circle Langstrothdale

Ribblehead Viaduct Ribblesdale

Malham Cove Malhamdale

Field Barns of Swaledale

Skyredale Lower Wharfedale

Dragon's at Bolton Castle Wensleydale

Kilnsey Park Farm Lower Wharfedale

Ingleborough Ribblesdale

Where JMW Turner sat to paint Semerwater

Burnsall Lower Wharfedale

The Priory Middleham Coverdale

Smelting Works Surrender Bridge

Middleham Castle Coverdale

The Buttertubs Wensleydale

Stepping Stones Bolton Abbey Wharfedale

Ruined Sheppards Lodge Ribblesdale

Autumn Bolton Abbey Wharfedale

Mid Falls Aysgarth Wensleydale

Olde Selside Post Office Ribblesdale

Snowy sumit of Coverdale

Knapely WI Calendar Girls Kettlewell

The Calendar Girls sat Burnsall Wharfedale

Mr Robin's back hitching another ride

Oldest building in Malham Malhamdale

Tan Hill highest pub in YDNP Arkengarthdale

The Howgill Mountains Birkdale

James Herriot Watersplash GillGate

Smoot Hole, a gap in a wall Yorkshire Dales

Award winning, published & special photographs

Blue Skies over Denthead Station

Finalist in the Tennants of Leyburn 2017 photo exhibition 

A Real Hidden Gem in Dent

Finalist in the Tennants of Leyburn 2017 photo exhibition 

Trout Lakes at Kilnsey Park Farm

Peacocks at Simonstone Hall, Wensleydale

Kilnsey Trout Farm in Wharfedale.

Submitted to  Paul the Weatherman at BBC Look North.

Lone Pheasent in Littondale

Lone Fisherman in Fewston Reservoir. 

Selected as the cover photo for the official Facebook page for Yorkshire Festival 2014.

Used by Yorkshire Water for banner advertising.

Horsforth Hall Park

Shown on BBC Look North with Paul the Weatherman

 Sheep gang on Cam Fell Upper Wharfedale

Beautiful Burnsall. Published in NorthernLife magazine August 14

It was the headline image of an article entitled Hike, Bike or Trike? By Karen Shaw.

Rail carriage barn the summit of the Buttertubs Pass

The Buttertubs heading into Swaledale

Stormy Ingleborough

This photograph was loaned to Country Harvest in Ingleton to use as a label image on their new range of Dales Fudge.

What a lovely shelf full!

Steamimg into Settle along the Settle to Carlisle Railway line

Black Sheep on Surrender Bridge Arkengarthdale

 

It's all about the dales

 

Yorkshire Dales National Park totals some 841 sq miles comprising of 25 major Dales along with a further 34 smaller & lesser known Dales all located within it's boundaries.

 

Major dales

Arkengarthdale, Bardondale, Birkdale, BishopdaleChapelLeDaleCoverdaleDeepdaleDentdale

GarsdaleHowgillsKingsdaleLangstrothdaleLittondaleLuneValleyMalhamdaleMallerstang

OrtonFellRaydaleRibblesdaleSleddaleSilverdaleSwaledaleWensleydaleWharfedaleWiddale

 

Smaller lesser known dales

Apedale - 3 miles north of Redmire, 

Bardale - 3.5 miles south of Gayle, south west of Semer Water

Clapdale - 1 mile north of Clapham. Also referred to as Claphamdale

Cotterdale - 4 miles north west of Hawes

Cragdale - 2 miles south of Semerwater

Crummackdale - a quiet valley near Austwick.

Diddlesdale - Grimwith Reservoir under Dibble's Bridge joining the River Wharfe

Doedale - Located in the same valley as Twistleondale and Chapel le Dale

East Stonesdale - 1 mile east of Keld

Fossdale - 3 miles north of Hawes

Gordale - 1.5 miles north east of Malham running alongside of Gordale Scar.

Great Sled Dale - approx. 3 miles west of Angram

Grisedale - 5 miles east of Sedbergh

Langdale - Located in the Northern Howgills

Littledale - Settle to Carlisle railway runs through this dale north of Riddlehead

Little Sled Dale - 5 miles west of Angram

Lonsdale - Located around Thornton in Lonsdale near Ingleton

Lunesdale - 3 miles south west of Middleton

Mossdale - is a remote valley high up on Grassington Moor

Overdale - 2 miles south east of Horton in Ribblesdale

RawtheyValley - Located alongside the A683 Sedbergh

Ravenstonedale - Located south west of Kirkby Stephen

Skyredale - This valley runs by the hamlets of Skyreholme nr Appletreewick

Smardale - 2 miles west of Kirkby Stephan

Snaizeholme - 2 miles south west of Gayle

Stockdale - 3 miles west of Muker

Trollerdale - Small valley feeding into Skyredale near village of Appletreewick

Twistletondale - Located in the same valley as Doedale and Chapel le Dale

Uldale - approx. 5 miles north east of Sedbergh

Waldendale - This valley is on the south side of Wensleydale

Weasdale - 2 miles west of Ravenstonedale

West Stonesdale - 1.5 miles north of Keld

Whitsundale -  Small valley south east of Kirkby Stephen bordering Birkdale

Woodale - 3 miles east of Hubberhulme

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