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Limestone crags of Robin Proctor's Scar from Thwaite Lane

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Limestone crags of Robin Proctor's Scar from Thwaite Lane

Caption - Seen from Thwaite Lane, which links Austwick with Clapham, the limestone crags are called Robin Proctor's Scar with the hill itself called Norber. The famous erratics are located above the right hand end of the scar.

Walk 1251 : The Norber Erratics & Sulber Gate

Photographer : Lou Johnson

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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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