Buckden. Yockenthwaite Stone Circle
This stone circle is of uncertain status. It measures 7.6 metres in diameter and is referred to as a plain ring. The ring itself consists of 20 limestone blocks. A gap on the SE side may have been an eaerialce, there are a further 4 stones outside the circle but concentric to the main one on the N-W side. It is thought to date to around 2200-1400 BC. Not shown on O/S maps.
SD.911973 Muker. South East of Muker
This is thought to have been an embanked circle of uncertain status with a recorded measurement of 22.9 metres in diameter. Not shown on O/S maps.
Todmorden. Hole Bottom
Ruined but recognisable this embanked circle has a measurement of 27.4 metres in diameter.
Druid's Altar. Malham Moor
Although ruined it is still recognisable. The measurement recorded for this site is 4 metres by 3.5 metres in diameter. The stones stand on a ruined cairn. The particular stone layout is common in Scotland and is referred to as a 4-Poster.
Kilnsey. East of Hawkwick Clowder
Although ruined it is still recognisable, an embanked circle with a recorded measurement of 5.5 metres in diameter.
Walshaw Dean Reservoir
This circle is now unrecognisable (probably due to the fact that it is under water). It is reported to have been a plain ring measuring 11 metres in diameter.
Nettlehole Ridge. Nettlehole Wood
Although ruined this embanked circle with internal cairn or barrow measures 25 metres in diameter and does not appear on O/S maps.
Caperby Ox Close. Stone circle, Nab End
This stone circle consists of fallen stones some of them up to a metre long. They lie round an embanked oval which measures 28 metres by 23.8 metres in diameter. Although ruined it is still recognisable it also has an internal cairn or barrow. Circle not shown on O/S maps.
This embanked stone circle is ruined but recognisable and has a diameter of 9.8 metres. Not shown on O/S maps.
Grassington Number 1
This embanked stone circle is of uncertain status with a recorded measurement of 9.1 metres by 7.6 metres.
Grassington Number 2
This embanked circle has a recorded measurement of 8.5 metres in diameter and is also of uncertain status.
Ripponden. "Ring on Stones" (& group of cairns) on Ringstone Edge Moor
This site may have been destroyed during the construction of the reservoir.
Appletreewick Moor. South of Grimwith Reservoir
This circle is ruined but recognisable. It is thought to have been a concentric ring having an adjacent site. It has a recorded measurement of 9.1 metres in diameter.
Harden Moor. Harden Moor
Another circle of uncertain status, embanked and measuring 7.6 metres in diameter. Not shown on O/S maps.
Keighley. Bradup Stone circle, nr Bradup Bridge
This ruined but recognisable, embanked, stone circle measures 9.2 metres in diameter. Approximately 9 stones remain of this circle which is thought to originally have had 26 blocks of millstone grit, this circle is thought to date to around 2200-1400 BC. Not shown on O/S maps.
Weecher Reservoir. Prospect House
Although now destroyed it has a recorded measurement of 24.7 metres in diameter with no other description.
Ilkley. "Twelve Apostles" Stone circle on Burley Moor
Although ruined it is still recognisable. It measures 15.9 metres in diameter and is an embanked circle. It now only has 12 stones remaining. One of the stones stands 1.2 metres high and leans towards the north-east. This is thought to date between 2200-1400 BC.
Baildon. Bracken Hall Green
This stone circle is of uncertain status and no measurements or description are given or recorded except in "The Stone Circle of the British Isles" by Aubrey Burl when giving the size in diameter refers to it as only "large." Not shown on maps.
Ilkey Moor. Horncliffe Circle
This stone circle is oval in shape. Its maximum diameter is 13 metres. There are at least 46 stones still remaining. Remains of a smaller circle in the centre suggests it may have been a burial site. Although this area has been disturbed no discoveries have been recorded. This stone circle dates between 2200-1400 BC.
Ilkley. Grubstones Stone circle on Burley Moor
This particular stone circle is the remains of a destroyed cairn of which 20 stones standing edge to edge still survive. It is 10 metres in diameter but has been destroyed on the south side. There are at least 8 stone circles on the moors most of them are the remains of destroyed burial cairns. The two most reported circles are Grubstones circle and Twelve Apostles circle. Grubstone is thought to date between 2200-1400 BC.
Nab Ridge. Bride Stones
This is a circle of uncertain status with an internal cairn or barrow. It has a recorded measurement of 9.8 metres by 8.5 metres in diameter.
Bransdale Moor. Bloworth Wood
A circle of uncertain status with no recorded measurement or description. Not shown on maps.
This circle has no recorded description and is of uncertain status with a measurement of 29.6 metres in diameter recorded. This circle does not appear on O/S maps but there are some standing stones shown at SE.831982 between Howl Moor and Crag Stone Rigg.
Blakey Topping. New Gate Foot
This circle is of uncertain status and is thought to have been a plain ring. It is reported to measure 16.5 metres in diameter.
Cloughton & Harwood. Stone circle, Dale
This stone circle has a diameter of approximately 9.76 metres and at one time contained at least 24 stones each of them standing approximately half a metre high. Four of the stones in this particular circle feature bear cup and ring marks, these are now on view at Scarborough museum. This particular circle is thought to date between 2200-1400 BC and is shown as cairn circle on O/S maps.
This circle is still recognisable having a recorded measurement that is thought to be 31.7 metres in diameter. It also is reported that it may have been a concentric ring with outlying stones.
Danby Rigg N.
This circle is now unrecognisable but is reported to be an embanked circle measuring 12.8 metres in diameter. It was excavated pre-1860 when 2 collared urns were discovered.
Kirkmoor Beck Farm
This circle has a recorded measurement of 4.6 metres in diameter with an internal cairn or barrow. This circle is of uncertain status and does not appear on O/S maps.