What is it? A National Trust site of strange 30-foot high rock formations balancing on top of each other. The boulders have alluring names like The Sphinx, The Watchdog, The Camel, The Turtle and The Dancing Bear.
Why go? Formed 320 million years ago, the boulders will leave you gawping at the brilliance of nature.
Don’t miss: There are plenty of walks to do, including a route from the village of Pateley Bridge which involves passing the oldest sweetshop in the world – as verified by the Guinness Book of World Records.