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Hag Dyke was once a farm but today is a Scout centre

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Hag Dyke was once a farm but today is a Scout centre

Caption - Hag Dyke was once a farm but today serves as Scout centre (the highest in Britain?). When ascending Great Whernside you leave limestone and continue the climb on gritstone. Far below can be seen Wharfedale.

Walk 1250 : Great Whernside

Photographer : Lou Johnson

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Yorkshire Dales

Walking in the Yorkshire Dales National Park covers an extensive area, which contains a wide variety of scenic interest. Each Dale is usually named after its river although there are a few examples that don't follow this rule. The varied underlying geology is reflected in the scenery with limestone and gritstone the prominent rocks resulting in virtually every type of scenery from dry valleys to wild moorland. More Information

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