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midweekmountain

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Re: Doing the Dales
« Reply #30 on: 19:48:31, 04/04/17 »
Big thanks to all the great photos and comments contributed

Methinks you've been missing out the fantastic scenery a little bit further north.

And there was me feeling a bit guilty as my snaps were a bit bias towards Swaledale, so in the interests of variety I posted some from other areas in the Dales ;D

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Re: Doing the Dales
« Reply #31 on: 12:09:24, 13/04/17 »

East Gill Falls




Great photo of East Gill waterfall here is my take on the subject.


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East Gill Waterfall nr Keld

midweekmountain

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Re: Doing the Dales
« Reply #32 on: 10:49:23, 11/05/17 »
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Back to the Dales we follow the C2C footpath from Keld, hanging left up Swinner Gill.

An amazing place, we follow the beck in the valley bottom into the spectacular narrows.
A world of scrambling thro limestone and water, topping out under a waterfall of greeness.

Methinks you've been missing out the fantastic scenery a little bit further north.




Dittzzy is right the scenary further north is fantastic!!!!!!!!


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Descending Swinner Gill

midweekmountain

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Re: Doing the Dales
« Reply #33 on: 12:18:31, 16/05/17 »
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First take of a Dales view, the lights not right and I need a slightly higher angle BUT I think its  got a lot of potential.


So unfortunately it looks like I am going to have to be spending a few more evenings walking round the Yorkshire Dales.

What a pain!!!!!!




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Re: Doing the Dales
« Reply #34 on: 19:04:34, 16/05/17 »

Loving this thread. Some fantastic photos.
I'm doing Dales Highway starting this Friday. Looking forward to many views like these.

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Re: Doing the Dales
« Reply #35 on: 10:43:47, 28/05/17 »
A couple from yesterdays walk:







I had planned to go to Ingleborough this weekend.. but friends had different ideas.  Perhaps next weekend then :)


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Lee
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midweekmountain

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Re: Doing the Dales
« Reply #36 on: 12:32:49, 28/05/17 »
A couple from yesterdays walk:







I had planned to go to Ingleborough this weekend.. but friends had different ideas.  Perhaps next weekend then :)


Cheers
Lee


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Nice pics, the goredale/malham circuit is one of my favourites.................I also took a photo of that tree.......


Jac

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Re: Doing the Dales
« Reply #37 on: 13:06:35, 28/05/17 »
and from a different, and less photogenic perspective..................

bu**er, now what did I do wrong it's  worked before
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Most walks start by finding the way out of the car park

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Re: Doing the Dales
« Reply #38 on: 22:34:36, 30/05/17 »


bu**er, now what did I do wrong it's  worked before

Try one less bottle - I find it helps  :D
Only a hill but all of life to me,
Up there, between the sunset and the sea.  Geoffrey Winthrop Young.

midweekmountain

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Re: Doing the Dales
« Reply #39 on: 08:22:48, 03/06/17 »
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West Burton Falls

photonut

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Re: Doing the Dales
« Reply #40 on: 19:21:47, 05/06/17 »
I finally made it to Ingleborough and I'm glad I did -what a great walk from Clapham.


Here's a couple of pics:





The view from the top (utterly stunning and well worth the walk):





I also ended up walking along the Ingleton Falls trail the next day too:











Cheers
Lee

midweekmountain

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Re: Doing the Dales
« Reply #41 on: 11:35:10, 06/06/17 »
Plenty of water in that river

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Re: Doing the Dales
« Reply #42 on: 13:14:28, 18/06/17 »
A few photos from our recent visit to the Dales.  The weather wasn't too good most of the time but we still managed to get out walking most days. Of course now that we are back home we have a heatwave.  >:(


Richmond:



Muker:



Buttercup time near Muker:



The view from Leyburn Shawl:

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« Reply #43 on: 13:29:56, 18/06/17 »
Great photos DevonDave    :)   Lovely display of buttercups

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« Reply #44 on: 14:57:05, 18/06/17 »
Thanks Dovegirl.  I love this time of the year in the Dales.  The fields are full of buttercups especially in Swaledale around the Muker area.