Photos from North Yorkshire - Page 3
The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.
|Images from the Walks
|Looking south down Slei Gill towards Reeth Low Moor
|Looking down into Wharefdale from Buckden Rake
|Buckden Rake near Cray High Bridge
|Path from Cray to Scar House
|Path between Scar House & Yockenthwaite
|Langstrothdale seen from above Yockenthwaite
|Yockenthwaite can be seen from Dales Way
|The Dales Way near Yockenthwaite
|The River Wharfe near Hubberholme
|The Church at Hubberholme
|The approach to Pikedaw Hill from Malham
|The descent from Nappa Cross towards Malham Tarn
|The spectacular limestone scenery above Malham Cove
|Malham Cove with Spring lambs enjoying the sunshine
|Green pastures & dry stone walls, Malham Cove
|Wharfedale from just to the north of Kettlewell
|Moor End farm is located high above Wharfedale
|The village of Starbotton seen across Wharfedale
|The attractive hamlet of Halton Gill in upper Littondale
|Track by Cosh Beck leads from Foxup Bridge to Cosh
|Approaching Cosh the scenery becomes wilder
|Upper Littondale above Foxup
|Foxup Farm with Upper Littondale beyond
|Halton Gill seen across Littondale from Hesleden Bergh
|The River Wharfe in tranquil mood below Burnsall
|The approach route from Ridge End Cottage to Trollers Gill
|View to Middle Skyreholme on path to Trollers Gill
|Trollers Gill looking 'upstream'
|From Trollers Gill path climbs to Appletreewick Pasture
|Appletreewick Pasture with Gritstone walling
|Path Buckden Pike offers views into Upper Wharfedale
|Path to Buckden Pike climbs through moorland
|The summit of Buckden Pike is unglamourous
|Memorial to Polish bomber crew, Buckden Pike
|Descending south along the main ridge from Buckden Pike
|Dales Way from Starbotton to Buckden
|Malham Tarn seen from the Pennine Way
|Middle House, remote former farm, north of Malham Tarn
|The view from the Monk's Path approaching Arncliffe
|The village of Arncliffe in Littondale
|Arncliffe Parish Church
|The River Skirfare below Arncliffe in Littondale
|Cote Gill feeds the River Skirfare in Littondale
|Linton is an attractive village
|Typical field barn below Burnsall Fell
|The war memorial high above Cracoe village on the moors
|Rylstone Cross from the war memorial above Cracoe
|Cracoe war memorial from near Cracoe village
|View between Cracoe & Linton
|A frosty morning in Wharfedale with dry stone walls
|Looking back to Kettlewell and Great Whernside
|Descending into Arncliffe over Old Cote Moor
|Littondale from above Arncliffe village
|Path from Hawkswick to Kettlewell
|Patchwork of fields near Kettlewell
|Millennium Mosaic on the old railway near Slingsby
|Footpath sign near Slingsby
|Beech Tree House near South Holme
|Dixieland Farm near Slingsby
|Dyke near Slingsby
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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.