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The Coldstones Cut, Pateley Bridge

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  • The climb up is a little steep but not as bad as it looks. It's worth the exertion as the views are wonderful and you also can see into the huge quarry which I had no idea was there!  more »
  • Great place to give the kids some exercise and fresh air.Visit during the week and watch the diggers and lorries in the quarry. It's free and take a picnic and enjoy the views.Drive through pateley br...  more »
  • Park in the small car park on road from Pately Bridge towards Skipton , only room for about twenty cars and its then a stiff uphill walk in open moorland to the great view at the top . To keep you goi...  more »
  • A smart idea & worthy modern contribution to help us enjoy our fantastic land and culture - made me smile.
  • An great sculpture in the middle of nowhere,even if it does look ominous from above... Try and see it on a day when workers are in the Quarry, it's quite fascinating to watch. Make sure to check out the old lime kiln before you leave!
  • Decent path up. Fantastic views of Gods Own Country. Can see for miles on a clear day. Brilliant sculpture. Well worth a visit
  • Went on a day when it was freezing cold and quite misty, but the views of the quarry and spectacular over Nidderdale make it definitely worth a visit. The old lime kiln is an interesting historical ruin.
  • A really unusual piece of at in the middle of the dales. Great place to spend an hour or so