Outdoor enthusiasts visiting the Yorkshire Dales National Park can check out travel information on an upgraded website.
Did you know, for instance, that coach drivers in the area should follow an advisory one-way system around the narrower roads to try and avoid meeting one of their colleagues coming the other way?
The traveldales.org.uk site, also has advice for visitors on keeping environmental impact to a minimum and has links to public transport sites. The site also has downloadable maps including the Settle Loop – the first section of the Pennine Bridleway National Trail in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Details of the Dales Bus discount scheme, where businesses in the national park give money off various services and goods for bus users, are also available, along with linear walks using buses and trains.
The site has seen more than 2,000 hits a week over the last 12 months.