|Location||Redcar and Cleveland|
and Hambleton, North East, England
|Area||7.0 ha (17 acres)|
|Governing body||Natural England|
|Website||Map of site|
Langbaurgh Ridge (grid reference ) is a 8.0 hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest near the hamlet of Langbaurgh in North Yorkshire, England, notified in 1986. The site crossed the former county boundary of Cleveland and North Yorkshire.
The site is identified as being of national importance in the Geological Conservation Review.
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- English Nature citation sheet for the site (accessed 5 August 2006)
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