Norber Erratics are one of the nicest groups of glacial erratic boulders in UK. They are located close to the village of Austwick, in North Yorkshire, England. The boulders were probably lodged by melting ice sheets at the end of the last ice age. Getting to the top of the hill requires good skill of hiking and appropriate footwear to scramble the limestone areas, but you are rewarded with beautiful views. This is a nice spot for picnicking on a sunny day.