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Cote Gill feeds the River Skirfare in Littondale

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Cote Gill feeds the River Skirfare in Littondale

Caption - Cote Gill feeds the River Skirfare in Littondale collecting its waters from open limestone uplands that stretch south towards Malham. Nearer Littondale Cote Gill occupies a deep valley which is fed by an attractive series of waterfalls, which were completely dry when photographed in April 2003.

Walk 1282 : Malham Tarn & Arncliffe

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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