Yorkshire's biggest and highest public artwork with spectacular views.
The Coldstones Cut is a piece of public art on a monumental scale. It was created by Andrew Sabin as a cultural response to Coldstones Quarry.
From an array of platforms visitors can view the vast quarry hole, limestone quarrying operation and sweeping panoramas across the AONB. It's an exposed spot so don't forget to wrap up warm even on a sunny day!
Where: Greenhow village, about 2 miles west of Pateley Bridge, on the B6265 between Pateley Bridge and Grassington. Grid ref: SE 127641
Access: the Cut is signposted from the B6265 at Greenhow and free car parking is available at the Toft Gate Lime Kiln car park. From here the footpath climbs quite steeply for about 500 metres up to the sculpture.
Opening times: 24 hours a day seven days a week all year round.