Pule Hill - Marsden - Stanza Stones 1

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This very short walk is intended simply to visit the site of one of the poems by Simon Armitage carved in the face of a disused quarry, but having said that, it offers magnificent views on a good day. It takes a green track through a farm gate and then switches to an incline that was used for transporting rock down to the road. At the top you go between the walls that used to hold the winch housing and after a little rocky step, turn right to find the quarry. The return is simply to reverse the outward route.

England - North England - Yorkshire - Pennines

Features

Birds, Flowers, Good for Kids, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Industrial Archaeology, Moor, Pub, Public Transport, Wildlife

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