Langbaurgh Ridge

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Langbaurgh Ridge
Site of Special Scientific Interest
Country England
Region North East
Unitary Authority
and non-metropolitan
district
Redcar and Cleveland
and Hambleton
Location Great Ayton
 - coordinates 54°30′5″N 1°8′4″W / 54.50139°N 1.13444°W / 54.50139; -1.13444Coordinates: 54°30′5″N 1°8′4″W / 54.50139°N 1.13444°W / 54.50139; -1.13444
Area 7.0 ha (17.3 acres)
Notification 1986
Management Natural England
Areas of Search Cleveland, North Yorkshire
Interest Geological
Langbaurgh Ridge is located in the United Kingdom
Langbaurgh Ridge
Location in the UK
Website: Map of site

Langbaurgh Ridge (grid reference NZ560121) is a 8.0 hectare[1] geological Site of Special Scientific Interest near the hamlet of Langbaurgh in North Yorkshire, England, notified in 1986.[2] 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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  1. ^ "Langbaurgh Ridge | Protected Planet". www.protectedplanet.net. Retrieved 2016-03-22. 
  2. ^ "Langbaurgh Ridge | Protected Planet". www.protectedplanet.net. Retrieved 2016-03-22. 

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