Last week Year 8 Geographers visited Malham Cove as part of their Year 8 topics “Adventure Landscapes” and “Fantastic Places.” The cove is a vertical cliff which is 260 feet high and is made of limestone. It is very famous and was even featured in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” (watch out for it when Harry and Hermione set up camp!).
The weather this year was perfect for the trip – warm and sunny, just right for some ice-creams when we arrived back to Malham village. As always, we had a fantastic day with some fantastic students climbing up to the top of the cove and walking in the natural landscape of the Yorkshire Dales.