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123906Watlowes dry valley leading north to Malham Tarn
123907Limestone pavement west of Watlowes valley
123908Malham Cove seen from the west flank
123909Walled lane in Yorkshire, Malham
124801Clapdale Wood is a pleasant start to a climb of Ingleborough
124802The path to Ingleborough follows Clapham Beck to Trow Gill
124803Trow Gill is a narrow valley formed from a collapsed cave
124804Trow Gill leads to the first view of Ingleborough
124805The entrance to Gaping Gill is quite dramatic
124806View south from Ingleborough's summit to Little Ingleborough
124807In clear weather Ingleborough is a superb viewpoint
124808Descending from Ingleborough to Horton in Ribblesdale
124809Derelict shooting hut on Ingleborough to Horton path
124810Ingleborough has extensive limestone pavements
124811Ingleborough from Long Scar descending to Clapham
124812Clapdale Farm seen from Long Lane near Clapham
124901Wooden bridge over Wharfe, Bolton Abbey
124902Posforth Gill has many waterfalls, Valley of Desolation
124903Posforth Gill leads up to the 'Valley of Desolation'
124904Ascent of Simon's Seat from Cavendish Pavillion
124905Simon's Seat on the edge of Barden Fell
124906Simon's Seat offers views to Wharfedale
124907Lord's Seat is similar to Simon's Seat
124908Lord's Seat lies east of Simon's Seat
124909Path from Simon's Seat to Dalehead Farm
124910Howgill Lane was once an important route
124911Stepping stones across the River Wharfe
124912River Wharfe above Barden Bridge
125001Kettlewell in Wharfedale is the start for many walks
125002Providence Pot lies in the bed of Dowber Gill Beck
125003Dowber Gill Beck, Great Whernside
125004Providence Lead Mine above Dowber Gill Beck
125005Hag Dyke was once a farm but today is a Scout centre
125006View from Great Whernside includes Yorkshire's Big Three
125007Route north from Great Whernside to Nidd Head
125008Looking south down Wharfedale from Cam Head
125009Descent from Cam Head to Kettlewell, Top Mere Road
125010Top Mere Road descends into Wharfedale
125011Firth Fell & Wharfedale view, Top Mere Road
125012Limestone scenery abounds near Kettlewell
125101Norber Erratics are located close to Austwick
125102Limestone crags of Robin Proctor's Scar from Thwaite Lane
125103Thwaite Lane between Austwick & Clapham
125104Long Lane climbs steadily from Clapham to Long Scar
125105Pen-y-ghent seen in this view taken across Moughton Scar
125106Sulber Gate provides access to Moughton Scar
125107Moughton Scar is a vast and impressive limestone pavement
125108Moughton Scar can be a confusing area in which to walk
125109Moughton Scar - the sheer scale of this area is impressive
125201Surrender Bridge spans Old Gang Beck
125202View to Calver Hill above Surrender Bridge
125203Mine workings near Great Pinseat
125204Level House Bridge has undergone some restoration work
125205Old Gang Smetling Mil
125206Old Gang Smetling Mill above Surrender Bridge
125301The village of Langthwaite in Arkengarthdale is delightful
125302Langthwaite Parish church, Arkengarthdale
125303The lane leading to Booze provides excellent views across Arkengarthdale
125304Slei Gill near hamlet of Booze
125305Slei Gill begins life on Peat Moor Hill

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