Low Bridestones, Sleights Moor, Coast to Coast
The track itself leads along the moorland boundary rather than to the Bridestones, so it is necessary, once you have sighted them, to ramble off the track. It is amazing to see the stones standing, considering the ground upon which they stand which is quite marshy. We visited on a dry day but still managed to find plenty of water to soak our feet.
The stones date from the Bronze Age, and their placing suggests that they form a row, or even a double row or possibly a boundary. They are only a couple of feet in height. When observed from the higher contour of the immediate moorland there is a wonderful backdrop to Grosmont and beyond. We were blessed with a brilliant westering sun, sinking rapidly as spectral fingered mist trailed slowly upwards from the River Esk on its passage between Limber Hill and East Arncliffe Woods.
Coast to Coast Walk
Low Bride Stones
One of the larger Low Bridestones
Coast to Coast eBook
The Wild Beauty of the Coast to Coast Path
The Wild Beauty of the Coast to Coast Path is designed both as a trail guide, and as an informative and adventurous travelogue. Written by Roy David McKee, this is a must-read for anyone contemplating the walk.
The book is available from the iBooks store and has been digitally enhanced.
Features of the Book:
- Route described in detail
- Large scale detailed digital Maps of the route
- Hundreds of colour photographs that can be expanded to full page
- Photo-galleries of particular areas of interest.
- Research notes of Historic and Interesting places on the path.