The Cow & Calf, High on Ilkley Moor the rock formation consists of an outcrop and boulder, also known as Hangingstone Rocks. The rocks are made of millstone grit and are affectionately named because one is large, with the smaller one sitting close to it, like a cow and calf. According to local legend, the Calf was split from the Cow when the giant Rombald was fleeing an enemy, and stamped on the rock as he leapt across the valley. The enemy, it is rumored, was his angry wife.
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The Cow & Calf
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