meltwaters of the Ice Age created this spectacular ravine.
. . through woodland and wild flowers. Since its creation in 1970
it has celebrated Reginald Farrer who introduced many alpine species
from China, Tibet and Upper Burma. The rhododendrons are amazing.
from the summit are stunning, looking across to Ribblehead Viaduct,
to Whernside and Pen-y-ghent and southwest to the sea.
tours lead you through an exciting underground world of stalactites
a sea of erratic boulders covers the landscape, some perched on
plinths of limestone.
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limestone pavements cover labyrinths of underground passages,
while buzzard, curlew and lapwing fly high above.
easy trail leads you up from the old sawmill, past the lake and
towards Ingleborough .