Hawes - discover more of the Yorkshire Dales with this free Hawes Treasure Map
No matter how well you think you know a place, there are always new aspects to discover. Use the treasure map to discover more of Hawes. Like all the best treasure maps, this one may hold a few mysteries. It’s not drawn to scale and some of the features might not be exactly where you’d expect. Look carefully to find everything!
This symbol on the map represents a place of interest: it could be anything beautiful, quirky, historic, or fun…
See below for our list of places to find.
How many of these can you discover?
- Wensleydale Creamery to see where the famous cheese is made
- Elijah Allen & Sons – the fine food grocer and delicatessen where you can buy Hawes’ other cheese – award-winning Ribblesdale Cheese and other foodie treats
- Dales Countryside Museum to discover the story of the Yorkshire Dales
- Food, clothes, antique shops and galleries including Stacey Moore Art, the Old Grammar School Gallery, the Mulberry Bush, Sturmans Antiques and Cellar Antiques
- Cafes and pubs around the Market Place
- How the twist gets into the rope at Outhwaites Ropemakers
- Hawes Auction Mart – can you understand what’s going on?
- The Firebox Café – family bike-hire available
- Sculpture of a shepherd, his sheepdog and his sheep made by Glen Lincoln at the entrance to Hawes at Town Foot
- Hawes Bridge and Gayle Beck
- Venture over the stunning Buttertubs Pass towards Swaledale and visit Thwaite, Keld, Muker and Reeth
- Follow the Red Squirrel Trail at Snaizeholme and then travel on towards Sedbergh and the Howgills