There is some remarkable landscape around Malham in Yorkshire, including Malham Cove, with it's Limestone cliff that once had a spectacular waterfall cascading over it. Check out the history of it's formation here. The water now seeps down from Malham Tarn over a mile away (some people even dive through the caves underneath - check it out here). This place has been inhabited for thousands of years, with remains being found suggesting people lived here from the end of the last Ice Age. Now it's home to some Peregrine Falcons, sheep and plenty of interesting and in some cases rare plants. And tourists of course. One of my favourite spots in Yorkshire.