Almscliffe Crag is a large outcrop of Millstone Grit which stands above the Lower Wharfe Valley to the south of Harrogate.
Created by the erosion of softer surrounding stone the distinctive shape of Almscliffe Crag with a large groove running through the middle can be seen for miles around, and itself provides amazing views across the Wharfe Valley.
Just half a mile from the pretty village of North Rigton with its charming pubs the crag adds a great feature to a walk.Read more
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