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CHEESE PRESS STONE

CHEESE PRESS STONE

The Cheese Press Stone is a pair of limestone boulders, probably glacial erratics, situated on the western slopes of Kingsdale, in the Yorkshire Dales. There are great views of two of Yorkshire's Three Peaks, Ingleborough and Whernside, and it's interesting walking country, full of classic limestone features such as pavements and caves. Yordas Cave is further up the valley and the two can be combined in one walk. Access to the Cheese Press Stone is only possible on foot and it is a reasonably strenuous walk to reach it.  The post code is obviously approximate.

Location/Address:
Above Kingsdale
Nr Masongill
County:
North Yorkshire
Post Code:
LA6 3JH
Main Historic Period:
N/A
Tip/Nearby:
Kingsdale
Primary Management:
National Park

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