We went to Malham Cove in the Yorkshire Dales on the sunniest day of the year so far and luckily I took my dear Holga 135bc with me! I’ve only lived in Yorkshire for the past 5 years and my favourite thing about it is that there is always somewhere new and beautiful to visit and take photos of!
We decided to take a trip as it was a glorious day to visit Malham Cove and Gordale Scar which is located in the outskirts of the Yorkshire Dales in the town of Malham. With beautiful waterfalls, a stunning 4 mile hike and English countryside views it turned out to be more amazing than we imagined.
Made completely of Limestone, Malcolm Cove is the remnants of a waterfall that existed thousands of years ago with the views from the top of the 260ft cove looking down across the valley where the water used to flow. Now a popular tourist and beauty spot along with nearby Gordale Scar which still has a waterfall, Malham is the perfect day out for any hikers and English countryside lovers!