For a lover of wild, exciting places - it doesn't get better than this. Attermire Cave is a slot or 'keyhole' high up in the scar above Settle. It is famous for its Romano-British and earlier finds - most notably the remains of a chariot, for its jewellery, human bones .... and for its nasty crawl known as the 'neck'. To reach it, you have to head up the scree then edge gingerly along that grassy ledge. How they carried a chariot or a body up here is beyond me. He must have been an important guy.
This beautiful exposed block of limestone provided a great contrasting colour to the backdrop of Warrendale Knots, and the distant view extends as far as Morecambe Bay.
A last look back at Attermire Scar and Cave. Horseshoe Cave is hidden in the cliff on the extreme right.