Another of Yorkshire’s famous outdoor locations is Malhome Cove, a 230ft high limestone cliff that has continued to amaze visitors for hundreds of years. The cliff gently curves along the line of the Middle Craven Fault due to erosion, giving the cliff its amphitheatre-like appearance. Its striking scenery can even be seen in the seventh Harry Potter movie. This truly impressive natural feature is both weird and wonderful, drawing in visitors of all varieties from rock climbers who look to scale the cliff to those who would rather admire it from the ground during a relaxing walk in this pretty corner of the Yorkshire Dales.
Marion, from the website Love Travelling Blog, has visited Malham Cove and shared what it was like to visit: “The footpath ends by a pair of gates near to the cove but it’s possible to continue into the amphitheatre to take a closer look at the breathtaking view by scrambling over a few rocks. The sheer rock face challenges rock climbers and we spotted several groups attempting climbs on different parts of the cove.”
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YORKSHIRE’S TRENDING ATTRACTIONS ON SOCIAL MEDIA
– Whitby Abbey
– York Minster
– Yorkshire Dales
– Fountains Abbey
– Malham Cove
If you like the sound of any of the attractions featured or mentioned above, we hope you will consider paying them a visit soon. We would love to welcome you to our hotel in Ravenscar. Unlike Robin Hood’s Bay hotels, we have wonderful views of the bay itself, thanks to a beautiful position perched on the cliffs at Ravenscar; it’s the perfect place to explore Yorkshire from, giving you access to many of the county’s greatest gems.
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