How Stean Gorge
How Stean Gorge

How Stean Gorge at the head of Nidderdale is an exciting and unique place to enjoy outdoor activities.  Here you can try out five activities in one day, gorge walking, abseiling, rock climbing, via ferrata and caving.
Aslan statue, How Stean Gorge How Stean Gorge is not far from the villages of Lofthouse and Middlesmoor. It is ideal for the whole family as well as outdoor groups, corporate events, stag and hen groups and schools. As well as the "big five" activities on site there are other outdoor activities available within easy distance such as canoeing andkayaking on the nearby reservoirs.
Entrance to the Gorge is through a Narnia themed wardrobe beyound which is a lamp post and a statue of Aslan.  Here you are truely in another world!
The visitor centre has a tearoom and for those wishing to enjoy the delights of How Stean Gorge a little longer camping is available on site.  The pubs, both called The Crown in Lofthouse and Middlesmoor are within walking distance and the "Top Crown" up the hill in Middlesmoor is well worth a visit.

Aslan statue, How Stean Gorge
How Stean Gorge has two caves open to visitors.  How Stean Tunnel is a short cave at the head of the Gorge near the Alsan statue but can often be wet.  Further down the Gorge is Tom Taylor's Cave, a 200 yard long through trip with one entrance in the side of the Gorge and the other in the campsite.

How Stean Gorge is open all round.

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 Tom Taylor's Cave
Tom Taylor's Cave, How Stean Gorge