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Cringle Moor, at 432 m (1,417 ft), is the third highest hill in the North York Moors, England, and the highest point west of Clay Bank.
The hill is crossed by the Cleveland Way National Trail and is a part of Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk, which also passes over the neighbouring tops of Cold Moor, Carlton Moor, Live Moor and Hasty Bank — a section of the walk which Alfred Wainwright described as "one of the finest". It is also part of the Lyke Wake Walk.
Cringle Moor from Bank Lane
Cringle Moor from Cold Moor
Cringle Moor's northern face
Stone seat on Cringle Moor
View north from Cringle Moor
Coordinates: 54°25′07″N 1°10′26″W / 54.41871°N 1.17397°W