Our first stop of the weekend was to Malham Cove. It’s a 230ft (70m) sheer limestone rockface which was created by glaciers pulling away rocks from the Middle Craven Fault each time the glaciers melted. Now that the glaciers have melted, the water flows under the ground now, but there would have been a huge waterfall as they melted. How amazing would that be to see?! Nowadays, it’s popular throughout the year for expert climbers and you can see why! It’s huge!