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Images from the Walks
125306Looking south down Slei Gill towards Reeth Low Moor
125401Looking down into Wharefdale from Buckden Rake
125402Buckden Rake near Cray High Bridge
125403Path from Cray to Scar House
125404Path between Scar House & Yockenthwaite
125405Langstrothdale seen from above Yockenthwaite
125406Yockenthwaite can be seen from Dales Way
125407The Dales Way near Yockenthwaite
125408The River Wharfe near Hubberholme
125409The Church at Hubberholme
127401The approach to Pikedaw Hill from Malham
127402The descent from Nappa Cross towards Malham Tarn
127403The spectacular limestone scenery above Malham Cove
127404Malham Cove with Spring lambs enjoying the sunshine
127405Green pastures & dry stone walls, Malham Cove
127701Wharfedale from just to the north of Kettlewell
127702Moor End farm is located high above Wharfedale
127703The village of Starbotton seen across Wharfedale
127801The attractive hamlet of Halton Gill in upper Littondale
127802Track by Cosh Beck leads from Foxup Bridge to Cosh
127803Approaching Cosh the scenery becomes wilder
127804Upper Littondale above Foxup
127805Foxup Farm with Upper Littondale beyond
127806Halton Gill seen across Littondale from Hesleden Bergh
128001The River Wharfe in tranquil mood below Burnsall
128002The approach route from Ridge End Cottage to Trollers Gill
128003View to Middle Skyreholme on path to Trollers Gill
128004Trollers Gill looking 'upstream'
128005From Trollers Gill path climbs to Appletreewick Pasture
128006Appletreewick Pasture with Gritstone walling
128101Path Buckden Pike offers views into Upper Wharfedale
128102Path to Buckden Pike climbs through moorland
128103The summit of Buckden Pike is unglamourous
128104Memorial to Polish bomber crew, Buckden Pike
128105Descending south along the main ridge from Buckden Pike
128106Dales Way from Starbotton to Buckden
128201Malham Tarn seen from the Pennine Way
128202Middle House, remote former farm, north of Malham Tarn
128203The view from the Monk's Path approaching Arncliffe
128204The village of Arncliffe in Littondale
128205Arncliffe Parish Church
128206The River Skirfare below Arncliffe in Littondale
128207Cote Gill feeds the River Skirfare in Littondale
129201Linton is an attractive village
129202Typical field barn below Burnsall Fell
129203The war memorial high above Cracoe village on the moors
129204Rylstone Cross from the war memorial above Cracoe
129205Cracoe war memorial from near Cracoe village
129206View between Cracoe & Linton
129401A frosty morning in Wharfedale with dry stone walls
129402Looking back to Kettlewell and Great Whernside
129403Descending into Arncliffe over Old Cote Moor
129404Littondale from above Arncliffe village
129405Path from Hawkswick to Kettlewell
129406Patchwork of fields near Kettlewell
131101Millennium Mosaic on the old railway near Slingsby
131102Footpath sign near Slingsby
131103Beech Tree House near South Holme
131104Dixieland Farm near Slingsby
131105Dyke near Slingsby

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