The Huller Stones are two gritstone edges situated on the northern edge of Eavestone Moor, a couple of miles north of the famous Brimham Rocks.
Overlooking Skell Gill the High and Low Huller Stones are separated by about a quarter of a mile of heather and bracken moor. Approaches are largely pathless, the quickest approach from a public road is from near the cattle grid above Skell Gill Bridge, over a mile to the west of High Huller Stones.
I visited both sets of of stones on an evening walk in July 2012. Having walked on a good track on the other side of Skell Gill I then approached Low Huller Stones from the east via Topham Close. I won’t be going back at the same time of year. The Low Huller Stones were awash with bracken and for the duration of the walk between the two crags I had a swarm of flies swirling around me.
This was a real shame as there was plenty to explore on both crags. In particular the High Huller Stones had some fine butresses with some dramatic views down into Skell Gill. Definitely one to go back to out of high summer.