12 photographs that capture the true beauty of Burnsall
PUBLISHED: 10:49 21 November 2017 | UPDATED: 10:49 21 November 2017
Is this Wharfedale village the prettiest in Yorkshire?
Blue Sky's In Burnsall by Chris Hardaker
Burnsall Bridge by Dennis Hodgetts
Burnsall Bridge by Terry Fletcher
Burnsall aerial view by Janet Wright
Footpath between Burnsall and Linton by Dave Reynolds
Footpath by the river, Burnsall by Dave Reynolds
Frost in Burnsall by David Cole
Homeward Bound, Burnsall by Phil Moon
River walk near to Burnsall by David Reynolds
Spring in Burnsall by Dave Reynolds
View from Burnsall Bridge by Dennis Hodgetts
View over Burnsall and the River Wharfe by Danton Vorster
The Yorkshire Dales village of Burnsall lies on a bend of the River Wharfe surrounded by a spectacular circle of fells and is only a couple miles away from the popular tourist destination of Grassington.
The village is overlooked by Burnsall Fell and Simon’s Seat and has become a popular spot with walkers looking to explore the surrounding area. You can take a walk from Burnsall to nearby Linton Falls or to the Grade II listed Parcevall Hall and Gardens near the village of Appletreewick.
The 84-mile Dales Way which runs from Ilkley to Bowness in the Lake District passes right through the centre of Burnsall with the route crossing over the Victorian five-arch bridge by the village green.
It’s easy to see why a recent ONS survey found that the Craven District is the happiest place to live in the UK, although there are barely a hundred or so households that are lucky enough to live in this quaint location.
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