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The Weather in Malham
Above are the weather conditions for Malham. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. In contrast, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is December.
Explore the Yorkshire Dales from your Malham holiday cottage
Situated in the heart of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, the picturesque village of Malham is a great holiday choice if you love the great outdoors. Explore local attractions and hike through the scenic hills and valleys of the Dales from the comfort of a Malham accommodation, many of which are historic stone cottages.
Take the kids on a boat trip on the Skipton Canal or take a trip on the Embsay and Bolton Abbey steam railway, and experience travelling in carriages that are over 100 years old. The unique geology of the Yorkshire Dales has also created natural caves which are always fun to explore. The Ingleborough Cave has proper footpaths for visitors old and young, but also offers adventure caving suitable for teens, while White Scar Cave boasts underground rivers and waterfalls. At 80 minutes, the latter's cave tour is one of the longest in the UK. Animal lovers will enjoy Thornton Hall Park Country Farm, a farm park where visitors can help take care of the smaller creatures or hop on a 4x4 to see the larger animals in the fields.
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A highlight of any holiday in Malham is a visit to the famous Malham Cove. This vast natural amphitheatre of rock was created by rivers flowing over the limestone in the area; the cliffs are over 60m high. A stone staircase takes visitors to the top of the Cove, where you can enjoy amazing views over the surrounding countryside. Hikers are spoilt for choice when it comes to impressive walking routes; the path through Gordale Scar, a steep limestone canyon filled with waterfalls, is particularly popular, or you can take the whole family on the easier path from Malham village itself to Janet's Foss waterfall. Head a few miles south to Skipton to visit the 900-year-old Skipton Castle, and enjoy one of their regular historical re-enactments, or stop by the ruined 12th century Bolton Abbey and have a go at crossing the nearby River Wharfe on its 61 stepping stones!
As with many rural towns and villages, Malham has its own country show, celebrating local agriculture and produce. The Malham Show is always held over the August Bank Holiday weekend, and has been taking place in the village for over 100 years. Farm animals are judged, horses take part in show jumping competitions, and there are demonstrations of traditional rural crafts, including the Yorkshire art of dry stone walling. Families will find much to enjoy, with an old fashioned Punch and Judy show, a falconry display, and sporting events such as fell running and mountain biking races.
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