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Images from the Walks
101201The track from Lealholm to Underpark Farm
101202Underpark farm near Lealholm
101203River Esk downstream from Lealholm
101204The footpath at High Brock Rigg
101205An un-named cottage remotely situated on Glaisdale Moor
101206Busco Beck Farm, Glaisdale Moor
101207Stone marker on Glaisdale Moor
101208Great Fryup Dale
101209Finkel House, Great Fryup Dale
101210Path to the River Esk near Houlsyke
101211Railway crossing near Houlsyke
101212Footbridge in Park Wood near Lealholm
101301Parish church in Horton in Ribblesdle
101302Pen-y-ghent above cottages in Horton in Ribblesdale
101303Limestone steps, Brackenbottom, Pen-y-ghent
101304Pendle Hill from the slopes of Pen-y-ghent
101305Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom Scar
101306Brackenbottom Scar from Pen-y-ghent
101307The Pennine Way is followed to the summit of Pen-y-ghent
101308The descent from Pen-y-ghent into Ribblesdale
101309View to Pen-y-ghent from Horton to Foxup path
101310Hull Pot and Pen-y-ghent
101311Pen-y-ghent from Whitber Hill
101312Pen-y-ghent and Horton Scar
107801Railway Hotel at Hampsthwaite
107802Birstwith weir on the Nidd
107803Ripley Castle lake overflow
107804Ripley Castle
107805Hollybank Wood near Hampsthwaite
107806Hampsthwaite Bridge
109501The Punch Bowl Iunn at Marton
110501Ingleborough from near Lodge Farm
110502Lambert Lane and Preston's Barn near Settle
110503The descent into Settle from Attermire
114503Kilnsey Crag, Wharfedale, offers challenges for climbers
114504The picturesque village of Conistone in Wharfedale
114505Upland limestone country on the east side of Wharfedale
114506An example of the art of dry stone walling near Grassington
118401View of Ribblehead viaduct & Whernside
118402Blea Moor signalbox on the Settle to Carlisle Railway
118403A moorland stream is crossed on the climb to Whernside
118404View to the Howgills from Whernside's north ridge
118405The Howgills seen from Whernside's northern ridge
118406Ingleborough across Scales moor, "Moss at Back o'th Rigg"
119701Lower wooded section of Gunnerside Gill
119702The upper section of Gunnerside Gill looking north
119703Gunnerside Gill looking south & remains of Bunton Mine
119704Swaledale from high-level path contouring Black Hill
119705Great Shunner Fell & fields of Kisdon Hill
120801Col between Simon Fell & Ingleborough
120802Superb view from Ingleborough's summit
120803Ingleborough's summit & wind shelter
120804Pen-y-ghent from Colt Park Farm, Ribblesdale
120805Ribblehead Viaduct is a massive structure
120806Lacking a distinctive shape, Whernside is still an impressive mountain
123901Janet's Foss is a waterfall in Gordale, Malham
123902Gordale Scar is a well known landmark near Malham
123903Malham Cove is an impressive feature
123904Limestone pavement on top of Malham Cove
123905Watlowes is a dry valley north of Malham Cove

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