This site is on a very pleasant walk with great view across one of Yorkshire's finest valleys. From its position Castle Hill (an Iron Age Hill Fort) is very imposing, across this valley is an ancient burial area. The stone is an outcrop on Netherton Edge. I identified the site having been informed about its existence by Paulus, and looking at rock climbing websites! The rock has stunning views but I have as yet to find the legendary footprint. Paulus... it's over to you.
This is where the Devil is said to have trodden, leaving a scorched imprint on the stone. Other sites relating to where footprints occur suggest that kings, queens and shamen were ordained.
Info from Mr Bennet's fine work "The Old Stones of Elmet"