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300406-08. © NRT, 2006
Trow Gill, Yorkshire Dales National Park, near Clapham, N.Yorks., UK, 30 April, 2006

Some say this dry gorge was cut by glacial meltwater, but I'm sceptical and favour the other common theory, that it was formed by the collapse of the roof of a subterranean cavern in the Gaping Gill system.
Either way, it's now a spectacular gateway to the National Park and popular with climbers. There are 44 recognised routes up the north (left) wall, with a further 21 on the south (right) wall.

Thwaite Scars are in the background, on the other side of Clapdale.

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