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All reviews working quarry fantastic views coldstones cut car park steep walk lime kiln surrounding countryside toft gate information boards modern sculpture worth the climb up hill stone structure viewing platform public art above sea level worth a stop
A short up hill walk from the car park. depends on the time of year you visit in winter it can be cold but Rewarding Views make it worth it. is a working quarry. with informative information about the past to the present day work....More
Take hat and gloves and make sure they are well attached! Walk up from car park (free but badly signposted so missed it), past the leadmine (fascinating, but do it on the way back), through the gate and up the hill. When you enter the...More
Short walk takes you to an interesting sculpture with great views of the countryside and quarry. Free parking and entry ur no facilities. Worth a visit if your passing through. Toft Gate cafe 5 minutes away which is great.
Super views, well worth a visit. Eight year old found the quarry interesting and older teenager enjoyed the public art and the stunning views. It is a shame you can’t get a vehicle a little closer to aid those with mobility problems, even if this...More
Following 'tourist info' we decided to explore and were not disappointed. The walk up was made more enjoyable by choosing a beautiful sunny day and the views glorious. Really good information about the quarry etc. Would recommend.
High, very high above the small town of Pateley Bridge is a view over the world. A good clear day allows you to see 30/40 miles and beyond. With markers around the perimeter wall you are guided to what is beyond the horizon. Hong Kong...More
This is a great place to visit.
On a clear day you can see for miles and are rewarded wth breathtaking views in all directions.
I thought it was going to be good but did not appreciate how outstanding it was going to be.
I was looking for somewhere to stop and make a phone call and found the biggest artwork in Yorkshire. Although it has been there for 10 years I did not find it in local tourist guides there is little publicity on the web.
Very easy to sail past the car park and a bit larger signage would be appreciated. A not-too-taxing 500 yard climb up a good gravel path and you are into the 'installation.' I'm not an arty person, so I've no idea of the message behind...More