Where is the FSC Malham Tarn fishing lodge?
FSC Malham Tarn is a Field Studies Council centre based around an impressive Georgian fishing lodge situated on the northern shore of Malham Tarn and surrounded by the 147-hectare Malham Tarn National Nature reserve. The reserve and the centre’s buildings are owned and managed by the National Trust.
Where is the field centre in Malham Tarn?
The Field Centre is situated in the Craven limestone complex, a European designated Special Area for Conservation. It is also in the Malham Tarn National Nature Reserve, part of the Malham-Arncliffe SSSI. We are a residential teaching centre with teaching space and beds for 85 visitors.
Where to watch peregrine falcons in Malham Tarn?
You can also find out about watching the Peregrine Falcons that regularly nest at the Cove, or exploring around Malham Tarn. Car park, toilet facilities, including a Radar Toilet, and a picnic area are available at the National Park Centre.
Which is the best part of Malham National Park?
Malham National Park Centre staff can give you all the information you need to explore some of the most dramatic scenery in the National Park; the towering cliff of Malham Cove, the impressive Gordale Scar and the delightful waterfall at Janet’s Foss.
What to do in Malham Tarn field centre?
A magnificent Georgian country house with views over Malham Tarn. The Centre has two family rooms, a recreation and games area, a library and an outdoor courtyard with a veranda and picnic benches.
How to get to Malham Tarn from listers arms?
Turn right and drive with the wood to your right for ½ mile. Ignore the gated track and watch out for a sharp right hand turn down a slope at the end of the woodland. NB Do not take the road from Malham that goes past the Listers Arms Hotel as this becomes a gated track.
Where is the b6479 from Settle to Malham?
Take the B6479 to Langcliffe (do not follow the signs to Malham from Settle town centre) and turn into Langcliffe at the sign ‘Malham 7 ½’. Follow the road for 3 miles up a steep winding hill, down to an isolated farm and up another long hill.