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English: Greenhow is a village in North Yorkshire, often referred to as Greenhow Hill. It is situated about 3 miles west of Pateley Bridge on the road heading towards Grassington, and is mainly in the civil parish of Bewerley. However the western end of the village lying to the west of Kell Dyke, commonly known as Craven Cross, lies within Craven District. It is one of the highest villages in Yorkshire, at an altitude of between 400 and 420m, and one of the few villages in the United Kingdom lying at over 400 m.