Bridestones, North York Moors

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The Low Bridestone

The Bridestones are a group of weirdly shaped rocks, carved by aeons of wind, on Bridestones Moor, on the North York Moors in the North Riding of Yorkshire.

The rocks are surrounded by heather moorland, ancient woodland and wildflower-rich meadows. Close by a peak known as Blakey Topping.

The moorland is in the care of the National Trust.


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about Bridestones Moor)