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Dales Active - Things to do in Nidderdale in the Yorkshire Dales!

Come and visit our store in the beautiful surroundings of Nidderdale.


We've been trading for over 25 years now and we'll do our utmost to provide the best service you can find.


Enjoy a free Lavazza coffee (better than Starbucks) and cake from our coffee bar. Jaffa Cakes will be available as and when our generosity reaches fever pitch.


We run a fleet of demo bikes in peak season from Santa Cruz and Orange. These are on site at Stif's HQ in Summerbridge ready for you to try.

Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 9.30am - 5:30pm Saturday 9:00am - 5:30pm Sunday 10:00am - 4:00pm Open Bank Holidays.

http://www.stif.co.uk/


Stif Cycles

For Family Days Out in North Yorkshire...

An adventure nature trail that will fascinate, challenge and delight!


The scent of the wild flower meadow, the sound of a passing dragonfly, the birdsong and gentle breeze through the woodland trees...welcome to Studfold. Situated in Upper Nidderdale, a beautiful Yorkshire Dale.


http://www.studfoldtrails.co.uk/

Studfold Walks & Trails

Nidderdale Agricultural Show

Come and enjoy Nidderdale’s Big Day Out!

Monday 21st Sept 2015

Traditionally held in late September, ‘Pateley Show’, as the Nidderdale Show is affectionately known, is a traditional Dales agricultural Show.


It aims to celebrate the finest of agricultural traditions with top class livestock, horse and dog sections.


The Show is held in the picturesque surrounds of Bewerley Park, Pateley Bridge and regularly attracts crowds of 20,000.


http://www.nidderdaleshow.co.uk/

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How Stean Gorge

For adventure and excitement in a fantastic setting visit How Stean Gorge!

The How Stean Gorge is officially a Site of Special Scientific Interest.  

The steep sided chasm is nearly 1 km in length and 20 metres (80ft) deep.

How Stean Gorge is a fantastic day out for all ages and all abilities.

See what their customers have to say.

If you are into adventure then this surely is the place to go!

http://www.howstean.co.uk/