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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  The whole of Ingleborough as seen from the peat bog below
  Carboniferous limestone is a common geological feature in the Yorkshire Dales, this panoramic image shows the western face of Thwaites Scars taken from Long Lane.
  Carboniferous limestone is a common geological feature in the Yorkshire Dales, this panoramic image shows the western face of Thwaites Scars taken from Long Lane.
  Janet's Foss, near Malham

Question 2: In fact, valleys all over ________ are called "(name of river)+dale"—but only the more northern Yorkshire valleys (and only the upper, rural, reaches) are included in the term "The Dales".
Yorkshire and the HumberNorth YorkshireYorkshireWest Yorkshire

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  The whole of Ingleborough as seen from the peat bog below
  Janet's Foss, near Malham
  Gaping Gill

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  Limestone hills and dry-stone walls in the west of the Yorkshire Dales. This part of the national park is popular with walkers due to the presence of the Yorkshire three peaks.
  The whole of Ingleborough as seen from the peat bog below
  Topographical map of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, showing major mountains, valleys and settlements. Click for enlarged version.

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  The whole of Ingleborough as seen from the peat bog below
  Topographical map of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, showing major mountains, valleys and settlements. Click for enlarged version.
  Stone houses in Hawes, a typical example of Dales architecture
  Topographical map of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, showing major mountains, valleys and settlements. Click for enlarged version.

Question 6:
Yorkshire Dales, Yorkshire Three Peaks and Pen-y-ghent are all:
Peaks of the Yorkshire Dales Geography of North Yorkshire Parks and open spaces in North Yorkshire National parks of England and Wales

Question 7: The Yorkshire Dales (also known as The Dales) is the name given to an upland area, in ________.
English ReformationNorthern EnglandEnglish Civil WarEnglish people

Question 8: The Yorkshire Dales is served by its own radio station, Fresh Radio, which broadcasts programmes from studio bases in ________ and Richmond.
NorthallertonSkiptonSettleRipon

Question 9: The park is 50 miles (80 km) north east of ________; Leeds and Bradford lie to the south, while Kendal is to the west and Darlington to the east.
ManchesterGreater ManchesterLiverpoolSalford, Greater Manchester

Question 10: Because of the limestone that runs throughout the Dales, there are extensive ________ systems present across the area, making it one of the major areas for caving in the UK.
StalactiteCaveKarst topographyShow cave







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