Last Updated: Monday 16th August 2021.
Explore the Yorkshire Dales National Park with DalesBus
Visit Hawes and Richmond from Ribblehead with the Northern DalesBus 830 Sunday Service
The scenic Northern DalesBus 830 provides a summer bus service from Ribblehead railway station to Wenslydale and Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Perfect for sightseers and walkers, the Sunday-only service (featured on BBC 4’s All Aboard! The Country Bus) offers passengers travelling on the Northern 08:59 North-bound service from Leeds to Carlisle (via Settle) the opportunity to explore some of Yorkshires hidden towns and villages via a connecting service starting at Ribblehead station.
With no need to book tickets in advanced (simply turn up), the DalesBus 830 bus service offers a fantastic way to experience the beauty of the region, up close and personal.
The Northern DalesBus 830 operates on Sundays only until 17th October 2021.View & Download the Northern DalesBus 830 Timetable
Visit Malham from Settle with the DalesBus 881 Service
The Malham DalesBus 881 runs from Lancaster up the Lune Valley to Bentham, then via Ingleton and Clapham to the popular railway town of Settle.
After meeting the train (operated by Northern) at Settle station, having travelled from Leeds via Keighley and Skipton, the bus climbs over the moors past the National Nature Reserve of Malham Tarn, to the pretty village of Malham, a popular walking area.
Malham village is surrounded by a dramatic limestone landscape of scars, cliffs, crags and waterfalls, including Malham Cove, Gordale Scar and Janet’s Foss.
There’s no need to book in advance for this service – tickets are available from the driver.
The Malham DalesBus 881 operates on Sundays and Bank Holidays until 17th October 2021.VIEW & DOWNLOAD THE DALESBUS 881 TIMETABLE