The Bee Together project aims to bring people together to help reverse the decline of wild bees and other pollinators, through engagement, education and practical conservation work.
Find out about some of our most spectacular species-rich hay meadows in the Yorkshire Dales and Forest of Bowland – and discover them for yourself with our walk guides with options to suit all ages and abilities.
The best time to visit a meadow is in June, as most of the wildflowers will be flowering by then. Bear in mind that hay cutting usually starts around mid July depending on the weather. And please remember meadows provide winter fodder for livestock so stay on the public rights of way and walk in single file (there is no ‘right to roam’ through meadows).
- Askrigg Bottoms meadows, Wensleydale
- Bell Sykes Coronation meadows, Slaidburn
- Dentdale meadows
- Grassington meadows, Wharfedale
- Muker Coronation meadows, Swaledale
- Yockenthwaite meadows, Langstrothdale