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The Wild Beauty of the Coast to Coast Path

Rosedale Head, Rosedale, Coas to Coast

Rosedale Head, Rosedale, Coast to Coast

The walk across Rosedale Head from the road at Blakey Ridge to the White Cross on the Rosedale Road is full of interesting historical places of interest. It is only a mile long and cuts across the drier area of heath making up the head of Rosedale and the River Seven near to where it springs. The Coast to Coast path follows this route.

It is called Rosedale Head because this area of high ground is the head of the wonderful North Yorks valley of Rosedale, more or less in the centre of the North Yorks Moors.

Of the many interesting features are the disused iron workings that abound the area, more so lower down the valley and on the Blakey Ridge. In 1854 there was a huge rush to mine iron here because of the quality of iron ore which was said to be at least 67% pure iron. The iron works have long ago been abandoned.

Boundary Stones and Crosses are amongst the other interesting features abounding on or near Rosedale Head.

ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS
Boundary Stones
Coast to Coast path
Iron Workings
River Seven
Rosedale Head
Westerdale Boundary Stone




Rosedale Head

Rosedale Head

Iron Slag on Rosedale Head

iron slag, Rosedale

Westerdale Boundary Stone

Westerdale Boundary Stone
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Wild Beauty of the Coast to Coast Path

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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.
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