Photos from Yorkshire Dales - Page 1
The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.
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|Images from the Walks
|The River Wharfe near Bolton Abbey
|The Strid on the River Wharfe near Bolton Abbey
|Barden Bridge over the River Wharfe near Bolton Abbey
|The River Wharfe near Barden Bridge
|The Strid, River Wharfe, Bolton Abbey
|Strid Wood near Bolton Abbey
|Parish church in Horton in Ribblesdle
|Pen-y-ghent above cottages in Horton in Ribblesdale
|Limestone steps, Brackenbottom, Pen-y-ghent
|Pendle Hill from the slopes of Pen-y-ghent
|Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom Scar
|Brackenbottom Scar from Pen-y-ghent
|The Pennine Way is followed to the summit of Pen-y-ghent
|The descent from Pen-y-ghent into Ribblesdale
|View to Pen-y-ghent from Horton to Foxup path
|Hull Pot and Pen-y-ghent
|Pen-y-ghent from Whitber Hill
|Pen-y-ghent and Horton Scar
|Gordale Beck on the approach to Janet's Foss
|Janet's Foss is a pretty waterfall surrounded by woodland
|Gordale Scar is a spectacular limestone gorge
|The dry valley of Watlowes leads to top of Malham Cove
|Watlowes is a dry valley leading to the top of Malham Cove
|Malham Cove and its limestone pavement
|Whernside seen from the flanks of Ingleborough.
|A field barn in Upper Swaledale.
|Penhill offers great views across Wensleydale.
|Wensleydale's green pastures in high summer
|The lower sections of Gunnerside Gill have mature woodland
|Upper Gunnerside Gill & view to Bunton Mine
|Gunnerside Gill view south to remains of Bunton Mine
|Extensive mine ruins alongside Old Gang beck
|Ingleborough from near Lodge Farm
|Lambert Lane and Preston's Barn near Settle
|The descent into Settle from Attermire
|Pen-y-ghent, one of Yorkshire's "Big Three"
|Pen-y-ghent from near Hull Pot
|Hull Pot is located on the western slopes of Pen-y-ghent
|Pen-y-ghent from road north of Horton-in-Ribblesdale
|Classic limestone scenery near Grassington
|Limestone scenery near Higher Heights
|Kilnsey Crag, Wharfedale, offers challenges for climbers
|The picturesque village of Conistone in Wharfedale
|Upland limestone country on the east side of Wharfedale
|An example of the art of dry stone walling near Grassington
|Mallerstang is a fine valley edged with fells
|The Nab, Wild Boar Fell, from near Angerholme pots
|The tall cairns on the Mallerstang edge of Wild Boar Fell
|Wild Boar Fell from Swarth Fell
|The summit cairn of Swarth Fell
|View of Ribblehead viaduct & Whernside
|Blea Moor signalbox on the Settle to Carlisle Railway
|A moorland stream is crossed on the climb to Whernside
|View to the Howgills from Whernside's north ridge
|The Howgills seen from Whernside's northern ridge
|Ingleborough across Scales moor, "Moss at Back o'th Rigg"
|Winder is a modest summit with excellent views
|Looking north on the ascent to Arant Haw from Winder
|View of Yorkshire's "Big Three" from Rowantree Grains
|Summit ridge of Howgills with Calf in view
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