Photos from North Yorkshire - Page 2
The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.
|Images from the Walks
|Watlowes dry valley leading north to Malham Tarn
|Limestone pavement west of Watlowes valley
|Malham Cove seen from the west flank
|Walled lane in Yorkshire, Malham
|Clapdale Wood is a pleasant start to a climb of Ingleborough
|The path to Ingleborough follows Clapham Beck to Trow Gill
|Trow Gill is a narrow valley formed from a collapsed cave
|Trow Gill leads to the first view of Ingleborough
|The entrance to Gaping Gill is quite dramatic
|View south from Ingleborough's summit to Little Ingleborough
|In clear weather Ingleborough is a superb viewpoint
|Descending from Ingleborough to Horton in Ribblesdale
|Derelict shooting hut on Ingleborough to Horton path
|Ingleborough has extensive limestone pavements
|Ingleborough from Long Scar descending to Clapham
|Clapdale Farm seen from Long Lane near Clapham
|Wooden bridge over Wharfe, Bolton Abbey
|Posforth Gill has many waterfalls, Valley of Desolation
|Posforth Gill leads up to the 'Valley of Desolation'
|Ascent of Simon's Seat from Cavendish Pavillion
|Simon's Seat on the edge of Barden Fell
|Simon's Seat offers views to Wharfedale
|Lord's Seat is similar to Simon's Seat
|Lord's Seat lies east of Simon's Seat
|Path from Simon's Seat to Dalehead Farm
|Howgill Lane was once an important route
|Stepping stones across the River Wharfe
|River Wharfe above Barden Bridge
|Kettlewell in Wharfedale is the start for many walks
|Providence Pot lies in the bed of Dowber Gill Beck
|Dowber Gill Beck, Great Whernside
|Providence Lead Mine above Dowber Gill Beck
|Hag Dyke was once a farm but today is a Scout centre
|View from Great Whernside includes Yorkshire's Big Three
|Route north from Great Whernside to Nidd Head
|Looking south down Wharfedale from Cam Head
|Descent from Cam Head to Kettlewell, Top Mere Road
|Top Mere Road descends into Wharfedale
|Firth Fell & Wharfedale view, Top Mere Road
|Limestone scenery abounds near Kettlewell
|Norber Erratics are located close to Austwick
|Limestone crags of Robin Proctor's Scar from Thwaite Lane
|Thwaite Lane between Austwick & Clapham
|Long Lane climbs steadily from Clapham to Long Scar
|Pen-y-ghent seen in this view taken across Moughton Scar
|Sulber Gate provides access to Moughton Scar
|Moughton Scar is a vast and impressive limestone pavement
|Moughton Scar can be a confusing area in which to walk
|Moughton Scar - the sheer scale of this area is impressive
|Surrender Bridge spans Old Gang Beck
|View to Calver Hill above Surrender Bridge
|Mine workings near Great Pinseat
|Level House Bridge has undergone some restoration work
|Old Gang Smetling Mil
|Old Gang Smetling Mill above Surrender Bridge
|The village of Langthwaite in Arkengarthdale is delightful
|Langthwaite Parish church, Arkengarthdale
|The lane leading to Booze provides excellent views across Arkengarthdale
|Slei Gill near hamlet of Booze
|Slei Gill begins life on Peat Moor Hill
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Wainwright Hill Bagging Map - A scratchable map showing all 214 Wainwrights in the Lake District. More info.
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AZ Adventure Series Maps - Convenient 1:25000 OS maps in booklet form covering the National Trails of Britain. More info.
Walking in the Aire - A new book by Lee Senior featuring 14 walks in the Aire valley. More info.
West Yorkshire's Wild Side - Two new books in the 'Wainwright' style featuring Calderdale and moorland walks. More info.