Skill Level: All ability & experience levels welcome
Duration: 4 hours (4.5 miles) approx
Location: Malham, Skipton BD23 4DA
Terrain: Rocky paths, potentially muddy with steep hills & steps
Dates: 22nd June 5.30pm (Golden Hour) & 12th July 9.30am
Improve Your Photography in one of England's Finest Landscapes
This spectacular photo walk offers something for everyone. With breathtaking views, vibrant nature and inspirational guidance, this walk will stay with you and leave a lasting impression.
From bubbling brooks to 100 metre high waterfalls, luscious flower meadows to 12,000-year-old limestone pavements. The route takes in all the epic sites you'd expect from this iconic area of the Yorkshire Dales. Janet's Foss, Gordale Scar and Malham Cove are not only shrouded in legend and myth, they are also greatly celebrated with many film and television appearances including Harry Potter, Steve Coogan's The Trip and ITV's Victoria.
Take Better Photos With Any Camera
This practical workshop explores practical ways to improve your photography and is led by professional award-winning photographer Rich Bunce. So whether you have a mobile phone or a big DSLR you'll be walking away with some new ideas and inspiration for taking better photos.
Rich has been a professional photographer for over ten years. His photography has been exhibited internationally and he's been credited in a number of awards including a highly commended in International Garden Photographer of the Year, British Wildlife Photographer of the Year and Royal Photographic Society International Print Awards.
Malham is all about the spectacular. The stunning surroundings are inhabited by equally stunning wildlife. From the dippers foraging in the clear waters of the beck to the peregrine falcons' impressive aerial displays, there are many inspiring natural encounters to be enjoyed around Malham. Star species encountered so far include barn owl, dipper, redstart, fox, peregrine, green woodpecker, weasel and reed bunting.