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Lying in the Yorkshire dales national park, Crummackdale is approached from the village of Austwick.
The left hand side of the valley takes you up to the 'Norber erratics', sandstone rocks sitting, and in some cases perched on the limestone pavement. These stones 'moved' from some 1/2 mile away during some ice glacial movement. The term 'erratic' comes from the fact that the stones are not it there natural geological position.
At the head of the dale is 'Nappa scar', from the top of which are extensive views of Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent.