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Scree Fact

Posted by Rachel Simpson on 8th March 2018
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Limestone scree escarpments are fragile landforms that we maintain in as natural a condition as possible. North Wales has some of the best examples in Britain!

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      Not to boast, but we have one of the UK’s rarest trees hidden in the cracks of our scree cliff face. Sorbus Anglic – a type of Whitebeam – is found here, part of fewer than 250 specimens in existence.