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Interesting

Probably more of an interesting stone to note than being worth the climb for itself, though the... read more

Reviewed 8 May 2017
RevDSS
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Todmorden, United Kingdom
Nice to sit and enjoy the view before a walk to the dam

We stopped off for a few moments to let our children have a breather before heading to Gaddings... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2016
clarabell72
,
Durham
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8 May 2017
“Interesting”
24 Jul 2016
“Nice to sit and enjoy the view before a walk to the dam”
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Todmorden, England
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Reviewed 8 May 2017

Probably more of an interesting stone to note than being worth the climb for itself, though the views are pleasant enough

1  Thank RevDSS
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Reviewed 24 July 2016

We stopped off for a few moments to let our children have a breather before heading to Gaddings dam. Nice rock formation and children loved climbing on it for photos.

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Reviewed 1 June 2016

This outcrop above Todmorden that is in all probability the area where chartists and Wesleyan's gathered to pray out of the way of the local constabulary! It has an atmosphere that one can only describe as tranquil and peacefully.

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Reviewed 3 February 2016

The Basin Stone is a natural weathered outcrop of millstone grit high up on Walsden Moor and is within Langfield Common. It has a distinctive anvil shape, or giant stone mushroom, but its name comes from the fact that it has a small basin in...More

2  Thank David L
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