Head of Crummackdale from near Hunterstye, North Yorkshire, UK, 6 April, 2007
The brown marsh vegetation in the foreground marks Austwick Beck; Austwick Beck Head, where the stream emerges from underground, is barely visible as the dip in the wall on the other side of the valley floor.
The crags on the left and above this caption don't seem to have specific names, but the continuous cliff on the right is Moughton Scars.
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