Castlebergh Crag is a large outcrop of limestone in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. A zigzag footpath leads to the summit of Castlebergh Crag, which offers a great view point over the town of Settle.
Castlebergh Crag Feasibility Study and Development Plan are now going ahead. We would like to congratulate Newground our contractors and look forward to working with them over the next 10-12 weeks. The was a public consultation on 31st July in Settle Victoria Hall. Sketches, surveys and plans were made available for people to comment on. These are available to view by clicking on the Castlebergh Masterplan if you didn’t get the opportunity to attend.
We also like to thank Craven District Council for their help and the grant of £10,000 towards this project.