How Stean Gorge is a small natural lime stone gorge that has been a visitor attraction for over a hundred years. There are small footpaths along and crossing the gorge on narrow bridges.
Above the gorge is the visitor center with a glass floor where you can view our customers engaging in such activities as Gorge Walking, Abseiling, via ferrata or tourists wandering on the footpath vanishing into Tom Taylor's cave. The restaurant is open all year with all baking taking place on site.
We run our own public activity center for the enjoyment of all. We also operate our own PSV minibus for the benefit of our customers.
How Stean Gorge is located at the top of Nidderdale 22 miles north of Harrogate in the Yorkshire Dales HG3 5SF. It is in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is situated more or less at the centre of Britain. Located between Leeds, Harrogate and Thirsk railway stations.