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A steep, cliff-like slope of bare rock, developed in the near-horizontally bedded Carboniferous limestone of the Yorkshire Dales, England. The steepest and highest scars are normally associated with the outcrop of the purest and most massively bedded limestone. Often a scree is formed at the base.

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