Take a look through these ten lesser-known beauty spots and let us know which one you fancy exploring....
1. Crimple Valley Viaduct
The Crimple Valley Viaduct carries the Harrogate to Leeds railway line across Crimple Beck, and its Valley. The structure which is Grade II listed has 31 arches each spanning over 15.5 meters making for a total length of over half a kilometre. Harrogate HG2 8QL
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2. Toft Gate Lime Kiln
Toft Gate Lime Kiln is a largely intact piece of Nidderdale’s industrial heritage which sits two miles out of Pateley Bridge on Greenhow Hill. Bewerley, Harrogate HG3 5BJ
3. St Robert's Cave
The remains of St Robert’s Cave and chapel are a rare example of a medieval hermitage, cut out of magnesium limestone bedrock & consists of the Cave, a domestic area and a small chapel which contains the grave and altar platform. Abbey Road, Knaresborough, HG5 8HX
4. Yorke's Folly and Crocodile Rock
Yorke's Folly & Crocodile Rock are a popular pair of landmarks for short walks on the hill above Bewerley nr. Pateley Bridge.Both Yorke's Folly & Crocodile Rock can be accessed by a short walk from the layby on the Nought Moor Road south of Bewerley.