The run up swaledale may easily be achieved from Richmond, where there is a comfortable hotel.
Wharfedale, Wensleydale, swaledale, Teesdale—they are all words with a charm in them.
Away we rambled across the Ure to a small wooded hollow at the foot of Whitfell, in the hills which shut out swaledale.
It afterwards descends rapidly by the side of a gill, and thus enters swaledale.
The weather conditions being so severe, it is not surprising to find that no corn at all is grown in swaledale at the present day.
There are few places in England, I think, that would be easier to love and harder to leave than swaledale.
In fact, the word heronsew (for heron) is still used in swaledale, Yorkshire.
Mr. White, if you had wanted a wife, do you think you could choose one out of swaledale?
Then they marched out against the Scots, and found them at Myton in swaledale.