Malham Cove.

One of a number of massive Limestone outcrops in this part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. In Spring and early Summer it has historically been the home for a pair of breeding Peregrine Falcons. A stream emerges from underground caverns at the base of its 80 metre high wall of solid limestone and feeds into the river Aire lower down the valley below the village of Malham.
Ref:
YD0023
Date:
01/07/11
Location:
Malhamdale, North Yorkshire
Photographer:
Stephen Davison
Malham Cove.

Malham Cove.

One of a number of massive Limestone outcrops in this part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. In Spring and early Summer it has historically been the home for a pair of breeding Peregrine Falcons. A stream emerges from underground caverns at the base of its 80 metre high wall of solid limestone and feeds into the river Aire lower down the valley below the village of Malham.
Ref:
YD0023
Date:
01/07/11
Location:
Malhamdale, North Yorkshire
Photographer:
Stephen Davison