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Cairn and rocks at Bollihope Carrs, County Durham

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Cairn and rocks at Bollihope Carrs, County Durham

Caption - The ridge reaching Carrs Top between the Wear Valley and Bollihope is almost entirely grassy but at Bollihope Carrs there's an extensive if low rock outcrop with angular boulders exposed at the crest; some smaller rocks have been gathered to form a cairn. The distant view is to the north side of Weardale with the side valley of Rook Hope, tree lined and seen to the left of the cairn.

Walk 3634 : Catterick Moss & Bollihope Carrs

Photographer : Trevor Littlewood

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