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Trow Gill leads to the first view of Ingleborough

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Trow Gill leads to the first view of Ingleborough

Caption - The head of Trow Gill leads to the first view of Ingleborough. The path can be clearly seen climbing onto Little Ingleborough from where the final section to the summit leads without any further difficulty.

Walk 1248 : Trow Gill, Ingleborough & Long Scar

Photographer : Lou Johnson

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