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River Cover
River Cover from St. Simons Bridge.jpg
River Cover from St Simons Bridge
Country England
Physical characteristics
Main source Great Hunters Sleets nr Woodale
487 metres (1,598 ft)
54°11′2″N 2°1′29″W / 54.18389°N 2.02472°W / 54.18389; -2.02472
River mouth River Ure nr Middleham
98 metres (322 ft)
54°16′43″N 1°46′25″W / 54.27861°N 1.77361°W / 54.27861; -1.77361
Length 14 miles (22 km)

The River Cover is a river in the Yorkshire Dales in North Yorkshire, England. The Yorkshire Dales Rivers Trust[1] has a remit to conserve the ecological condition of the River Cover. The river forms a limestone dale with ancient woodlands.[2]

Course

The source of the river lies in the shake holes that are found between Buckden Pike and Great Whernside that feed many small gills, such as East Stone Gill, West Stone Gill and Downs Gill. Where these conjoined flows meet Hazel Bank Gill is where the river becomes known as the River Cover. It flows in a north-east direction past Woodale, Braidley and Horsehouse. It turns to the north north-east towards Gammersgill before returning north-east between West Scrafton and Carlton, North Yorkshire. Immediately east of Agglethorpe, the river turns east until it joins the River Ure south-east of Middleham.[3]

Ecology

The river is home for Brown trout and Grayling.[4]

Geology

The river runs along a U-shaped glacial valley over Great Scar limestone with Yoredale rock forming the valley sides. It is a gently meandering river with a characteristic stony channel and beaches leading to wooded low banks. The wooded areas extend up into the many gills that join the river.[2]

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See also

References

  1. ^ "Yorkshire Dales Rivers Trust". www.yorkshiredalesriverstrust.org.uk. Retrieved 13 October 2011.
  2. ^ a b "Geology" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 24 December 2010. Retrieved 13 October 2011.
  3. ^ "Great Britain's national mapping agency - Ordnance Survey". www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk. Retrieved 13 October 2011.
  4. ^ "Ecology (Fish)". Retrieved 13 October 2011.

External links

Media related to River Cover at Wikimedia Commons

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