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Standing some 80 metres high and 300 metres wide and north of the mid craven fault, Malham Cove is a curved crag of carboniferous limestone formed after the last ice age. Meltwater, particularly from Malham Tarn, cut back the cove as it fell over the edge as a waterfall. This erosion took place more actively at the lip of the fall rather than at the sides, hence the curved shape.

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malham cove, limestone, limestone pavement, yorkshire, malham, north yorkshire

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  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixonover 1 year ago

    Natures Paintbrush Group
    Beautiful Work, gorgeous, one of my all time favourite places,
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  • Many Thanks !!

    – Colin J Williams Photography

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeover 1 year ago

  • Many Thanks !!

    – Colin J Williams Photography

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezover 1 year ago

    A lovely location, nice work Colin …

  • Many Thanks !!

    – Colin J Williams Photography

  • Marie Sharp
    Marie Sharpover 1 year ago

  • Many Thanks !!

    – Colin J Williams Photography

  • jchanders
    jchanders5 months ago

    A fascinating spot. My fave.

  • Many Thanks !!

    – Colin J Williams Photography

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