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The Twelve Apostles of Ilkley Moor

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There is an easier way to get to the apostles, without having to struggle up the hill from the Ilkley side of the moor. If you drive up to bradup circle (Kieghley side of the moor) and follow the road to the top it brings you out by the tv masts. Park your car at the small car park and go through the gate. Turn right and follow the path (I warn you, it gets abit boggy) until you come to the far corner of the square where the ashlar chair is (probadly should have mentioned you need a map). Turn left and follow the path till you hit the brow of the ridge, here turn right and after a few minutes you'll find the circle over a slight rise in the path. You will miss a fair few sites if you go this way but it will save your legs if you are going on the moor just to see the twelve apostles. Posted by ReggieRombald
24th January 2004ce

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