Sunday, 2 July 2017
Hardcastle Crags, Nr Hebden Bridge.
Hardcastle Crags is wooded valley near Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire. It is owned and managed by the National Trust and is also known as Hebden Dale.
The crags are a natural valley that that is popular with hikers and families out to pass the time and has been the subject of reservoir proposals on a number of occasions that have been fought against. The Hebden Water flows along the valley bottom and passes the well known Gibson Mill on it's travel down the valley.
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