United Kingdom Norber Erratics

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Mat Robinson

About This Spot

The Norber Erratics are a group of well known rocks deposited from the melting ice sheets 12-17000 years ago. The millstone grit boulders were placed atop the limestone as the ice receded and have withstood the elements ever since, whilst the softer limestone around them has been significantly eroded. Around this area you'll find many such boulders, along with plenty of limestone interest too - as is often the case in this part of the Dales.

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