Shortly after the River Mardle passes under the wooden footbridge at Chalk Ford, it enters a gorge where, sited just above on the slopes of Scae Wood, there is a small tor consisting of scattered metamorphic rock.
There are two principle piles, the lower being the more dramatic, but the higher would be no less significant were the foliage pruned back. This lies on Private Land but, certainly in winter, it can be glimpsed through the trees from the opposite bank on the Two Moors Way.
Chalk Ford Rocks
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