Author Topic: TR. More waterfalls, and some caves. Settle and Stainforth  (Read 1744 times)

tom83

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My second Trip Report. A lot shorter than I had originally planned, as I was a little worried about time.


Scaleber Force,
Stainforth Force,
Catrigg Force,
Hoffmann Kiln at Langcliffe,
Jubilee and Victoria Caves.



https://inandoutmoochingabout.blogspot.co.uk/2018/01/catrigg-force-stainforth-force-scaleber.html

Peter

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Nice trip report Tom.
I live in the middle of this walk  O0
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adalard

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Great write up, Tom - enjoyed reading that.


That huge lime kiln looks fascinating. No need to apologise for the "history lesson", I found the background info really interesting and it's part of your walk so it belongs in the blog, in my opinion.  O0

pleb

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Nice trip report Tom.
I live in the middle of this walk  O0
In the river?  ;D
Nice pictures  O0

Tin

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Thanks tom83, I enjoyed reading that too.


You write well and the history added extra interest.  O0

Mel

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Another nice blog post Tom.  More familiar views.


... Tis making me hanker after a meander round the Dales very soon.


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Nice pics and tr Tom  O0
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photonut

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Hi Tom,

A nice TR with goods pics.

If you're wanting other walks try going east a little to Grassington, Linton and Coniston.  The dib at Conistone is a nice amble with some good limestone pavements above it.

Cheers
Lee