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15 times Cheddar Gorge looked out of this world

PUBLISHED: 15:16 06 February 2017 | UPDATED: 11:32 15 May 2017

A view looking down into Cheddar Gorge and Cheddar reservoir (c) golfer2015 / Thinkstock

A view looking down into Cheddar Gorge and Cheddar reservoir (c) golfer2015 / Thinkstock

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The largest gorge in the UK, and a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest, Somerset’s Cheddar Gorge is a truly remarkable sight to see. We pick 15 times the Gorge and caves looked utterly mesmerising

Towering over Cheddar’s winding roads…

…with cyclists, cars and pedestrians looking like ants…

…barely seen from the top…

…lies the iconic Somerset wonder Cheddar Gorge

Underneath the Gorge, Cheddar’s caves are a wonder to explore…

…and look like something from outer space.

Hopefully you can catch the Gorge on a sunny day…

…however it’s still just as mesmerising during winter…

…and when shrouded in mist…

…and hidden in fog.

Day…

…or night.

It’s safe to say Cheddar Gorge is simply a jaw-dropping sight.

Whether you’re admiring the views from the top…

…or gazing up from the bottom.

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