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harry_keogh

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Dovedale and Wolfscote Dale
« on: 15:25:28, 15/11/16 »
As I've had nothing on for a week or so, I decided to write up one of my old walks from before I started my blog. This one is from 2013 so I had a hard job remembering a few parts of it:


Full trip report: Dovedale and Wolfscote Dale



Dovegirl

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Re: Dovedale and Wolfscote Dale
« Reply #1 on: 20:09:17, 15/11/16 »
Lovely photos  -   thanks for sharing    :)    The dales of the river Dove are so beautiful

werringtonwalker

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Re: Dovedale and Wolfscote Dale
« Reply #2 on: 21:11:05, 15/11/16 »
No prizes for guessing who would be first to reply to this thread  ;) .


You've got a pretty good memory, Harry.  I think you probably did turn a little too early for the Narrowdale path that you intended - if only because there's no photo of this classic bridge just below Frank i'the Rock's cave which is probably where you meant to turn (I can't believe I don't have a better photo - other visits must have pre-dated my digital camera):


Wolfscote Bridge 3 by Nick Lee, on Flickr
In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks - John Muir

Dovegirl

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Re: Dovedale and Wolfscote Dale
« Reply #3 on: 21:37:51, 15/11/16 »
No prizes for guessing who would be first to reply to this thread  ;) .

Yes, indeed!   :)

Harry, have you walked Beresford Dale upstream from the bridge in ww's photo?  Another lovely dale.
 





harry_keogh

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Re: Dovedale and Wolfscote Dale
« Reply #4 on: 22:42:17, 15/11/16 »
Not done Beresford Dale.... it's on a long list of possible next walks!

harry_keogh

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Re: Dovedale and Wolfscote Dale
« Reply #5 on: 22:46:34, 15/11/16 »
werringtonwalker - I don't remember that bridge, but that doesn't necessarily mean anything! I remember some farm buildings, I remember a big hill on my left, but not on the right - which is why I think I may have gone the wrong way around Narrowdale.