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SE5200 : Grey Stones, Pot Ridings Wood, Sprotbrough Gorge by Christine Johnstone Grey Stones, Pot Ridings Wood, Sprotbrough Gorge by Christine Johnstone
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Part of the magnesian limestone [Cadeby Formation] gorge of the River Don, an... (more)
SD8986 : Limestone gorge on Bardale Beck at Wipera Side by Karl and Ali Limestone gorge on Bardale Beck at Wipera Side by Karl and Ali
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After a long journey down from the moors above, the beck meets the Hawes... (more)
SO0409 : Taf Fechan - gorge by Alan Hughes Taf Fechan - gorge by Alan Hughes
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Taf Fechan - limestone gorge
SE5301 : Sprotbrough Flash, in the Don Gorge by Christine Johnstone Sprotbrough Flash, in the Don Gorge by Christine Johnstone
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Subsidence from coal mining created Sprotbrough Flash in 1924. It is within the... (more)
ST4754 : Cheddar Gorge by Stephen McKay Cheddar Gorge by Stephen McKay
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The B3135 passes through this spectacular, and very well-known, limestone gorge... (more)
SE5301 : Sprotbrough Flash [3] by Christine Johnstone Sprotbrough Flash [3] by Christine Johnstone
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Taken from the middle of three bird hides along the flash. Subsidence from coal... (more)
SE5300 : Public footpath below Pot Ridings Wood by Christine Johnstone Public footpath below Pot Ridings Wood by Christine Johnstone
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Seen from the western-most bird hide on Sprotbrough Flash. Subsidence from coal... (more)
SE5300 : Sprotbrough Flash [2] by Christine Johnstone Sprotbrough Flash [2] by Christine Johnstone
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Looking leftwards [south-west] from the western-most bird hide. Subsidence from... (more)
SE5300 : Sprotbrough Flash [1] by Christine Johnstone Sprotbrough Flash [1] by Christine Johnstone
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Looking straight out [north-west] from the western-most bird hide. Subsidence... (more)
SE5300 : Carr at the western end of Sprotbrough Flash by Christine Johnstone Carr at the western end of Sprotbrough Flash by Christine Johnstone
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Subsidence from coal mining created Sprotbrough Flash in 1924. It is within the... (more)
SE5300 : Farmland at the edge of Pot Ridings Wood by Christine Johnstone Farmland at the edge of Pot Ridings Wood by Christine Johnstone
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With a distant view of Sprotbrough Flash. Subsidence from coal mining created... (more)
SE5300 : The western edge of the Don Gorge at Sprotbrough by Christine Johnstone The western edge of the Don Gorge at Sprotbrough by Christine Johnstone
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Cut through magnesian limestone [Cadeby Formation] by the River Don. Part of... (more)
ST4854 : National Trust, Cheddar Gorge by Des Blenkinsopp National Trust, Cheddar Gorge by Des Blenkinsopp
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The northern side of the gorge is National Trust land. The property consists of... (more)
SD9164 : Gordale above the Scar by Karl and Ali Gordale above the Scar by Karl and Ali
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Looking up the remarkably straight trench of Gordale from directly above the... (more)
SD9164 : Gordale Scar from New Close Knotts by Karl and Ali Gordale Scar from New Close Knotts by Karl and Ali
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A patch of sunlight passes across the mouth of this dramatic limestone gorge.
NY8118 : Limestone gorge, Swindale Head by Karl and Ali Limestone gorge, Swindale Head by Karl and Ali
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Just left of Ali water is emerging from the limestone. The entrance to... (more)
SD9174 : Gorge, Crystal Beck Gill by Karl and Ali Gorge, Crystal Beck Gill by Karl and Ali
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A narrow slot canyon carved by the stream into the limestone.
SD7779 : Thorns Gill Bridge by Chris Heaton Thorns Gill Bridge by Chris Heaton
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Fine old footbridge that spans a narrow limestone gorge that contains the... (more)
SE5300 : Yew in Pot Ridings Wood by Christine Johnstone Yew in Pot Ridings Wood by Christine Johnstone
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Part of the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust's Sprotborough Flash nature reserve,... (more)
SD9164 : Looking down into Gordale Scar from the north by Karl and Ali Looking down into Gordale Scar from the north by Karl and Ali
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A small patch of the floor of this dramatic gorge is just visible. This is more... (more)
SD6680 : Ease Gill, the Upper Kirk by Karl and Ali Ease Gill, the Upper Kirk by Karl and Ali
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This is the furthest upstream of the two 'kirks', a shady place of... (more)
SD6680 : Ease Gill, the Lower Kirk by Karl and Ali Ease Gill, the Lower Kirk by Karl and Ali
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There are two limestone gorges at Ease Gill Kirk - this is the downstream one... (more)
SK5374 : Creswell Crags by Richard Croft Creswell Crags by Richard Croft
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Creswell Crags is a limestone gorge with caves where animal bones and stone... (more)
NY8508 : Woofergill Scar (2) by Karl and Ali Woofergill Scar (2) by Karl and Ali
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A small but interesting limestone gorge at the head of the River Belah. There is... (more)
NY8508 : Woofergill Scar by Karl and Ali Woofergill Scar by Karl and Ali
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A small but interesting limestone gorge at the head of the River Belah.
SD8695 : Wofell Scar in Fossdale Gill by Karl and Ali Wofell Scar in Fossdale Gill by Karl and Ali
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A pretty little limestone gorge below the Buttertubs Pass road. Few people come this way.
SD7386 : Hell's Cauldron, River Dee in Dentdale by Karl and Ali Hell's Cauldron, River Dee in Dentdale by Karl and Ali
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The cauldron is an impressive waterfall and plunge pool in the often dry bed of... (more)
SD6684 : Natural arch, Short Gill by Karl and Ali Natural arch, Short Gill by Karl and Ali
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A slender spar of limestone spans the gorge. Prior to 1974 this natural bridge... (more)
SD6684 : Dry waterfall, South Barkin Gill by Karl and Ali Dry waterfall, South Barkin Gill by Karl and Ali
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There are several rock steps within the confines of this impressive limestone... (more)
SD7179 : Fidler Gill, Kingsdale Head by Karl and Ali Fidler Gill, Kingsdale Head by Karl and Ali
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A shallow limestone gorge has a few small caves and trees that cling to the rock... (more)
SD9164 : The falls at Gordale Scar by Karl and Ali The falls at Gordale Scar by Karl and Ali
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The lower falls tumble over a large boss of tufa (dissolved limestone... (more)
SD9163 : Heading into Gordale Scar by Karl and Ali Heading into Gordale Scar by Karl and Ali
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A good path leads forward into what appears to be a blind valley - the true... (more)
ST5248 : Down into Ebbor Gorge by Des Blenkinsopp Down into Ebbor Gorge by Des Blenkinsopp
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The thickly wooded gorge from the cliff along the top.
ST5248 : At the edge of Ebbor Gorge by Des Blenkinsopp At the edge of Ebbor Gorge by Des Blenkinsopp
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The view from the top of Ebbor Gorge.
SD7571 : Trow Gill, looking down the gorge by David Martin Trow Gill, looking down the gorge by David Martin
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Tags: type:GeographX   top:Geological InterestX   subject:GorgeX   Limestone Gorge   top:PathsX   top:Rocks, Scree, CliffsX   top:UplandsX  
SD7571 : Trow Gill Gorge by David Martin Trow Gill Gorge by David Martin
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Tags: type:GeographX   top:Geological InterestX   subject:GorgeX   Limestone Gorge   top:PathsX   top:Rocks, Scree, CliffsX   top:UplandsX  
SD7571 : Trow Gill Gorge by David Martin Trow Gill Gorge by David Martin
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Tags: type:GeographX   top:Geological InterestX   subject:GorgeX   Limestone Gorge   top:PathsX   top:Rocks, Scree, CliffsX   top:UplandsX  
SD9164 : Gordale - the Grand Canyon of the Dales? by Karl and Ali Gordale - the Grand Canyon of the Dales? by Karl and Ali
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'Grand Canyon' is definitely egging the pudding but the tiered... (more)
SD8174 : Limestone formations from Pennine Way by Roger Templeman Limestone formations from Pennine Way by Roger Templeman
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Horton Quarry is visible in the distance
NY9302 : Eweleap Scar, Blakethwaite Gill by Karl and Ali Eweleap Scar, Blakethwaite Gill by Karl and Ali
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An impressive limestone ravine (no falling sheep today).
SE0662 : Near the top of Trollers Gill by Stephen Craven Near the top of Trollers Gill by Stephen Craven
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Beyond this point the gradient eases off, the gorge widens out to allow walking... (more)
SD9378 : Gorge in Crook Gill by Karl and Ali Gorge in Crook Gill by Karl and Ali
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Almost like a roofless cave.
SD7186 : In Yellow Gill by Karl and Ali In Yellow Gill by Karl and Ali
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Just above the road is this normally dry gorge. Below the rock step SD7186 : The entrance to Yellow Gill Pot... (more)
SD7386 : The bed of the Dee at Lenny's Leap, Dentdale by Karl and Ali The bed of the Dee at Lenny's Leap, Dentdale by Karl and Ali
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The rocky channel, gorges, steps and pools of the normally 'dry' River... (more)
SD9164 : Light and dark, Gordale Scar by Karl and Ali Light and dark, Gordale Scar by Karl and Ali
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A passing patch of sun lights up the left wall of the gorge, one of the most... (more)
SD6680 : Upper Easegill Kirk by Dave Dunford Upper Easegill Kirk by Dave Dunford
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The dry waterfall in Upper Easegill Kirk from below. A dead sheep (out of view... (more)
SK1273 : Chee Dale by Dave Dunford Chee Dale by Dave Dunford
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A narrow section of the Wye gorge in Chee Dale.
NY7422 : White Mines and Murton Pike by Karl and Ali White Mines and Murton Pike by Karl and Ali
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White Mines is a considerable cleft, probably an artificial gorge (or hush)... (more)
SE0661 : Limestone geology, Trollers Gill by Stephen Craven Limestone geology, Trollers Gill by Stephen Craven
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I found two online sources that describe the geology of this area (known as the... (more)
SS0897 : Narrow coastal inlet by M J Roscoe Narrow coastal inlet by M J Roscoe
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A group of children being instructed in rock climbing SS0897 : Young climbers tackling the rock face!.
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