Author Topic: TR-Around Ribblehead  (Read 1425 times)

strawy

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TR-Around Ribblehead
« on: 19:06:17, 03/10/20 »
A beautiful day and a beautiful walk.[/font]
Not been here for a couple of years,its a great place to visit.
Couldnt park near the viaduct,it was very busy,and yet i only saw a few people on my way,parked up near Gearstones.
Route was Cam End-Pennine Way to Birkwith-Selside-Colt Park-Ridge Way-Gunnerfleet Farm & back,12 miles..
Proper enjoyed it  :)
A distant Ingleborough

The Way Ahead

High point panorama 1420ft

Ling Bridge

Where am i ??

I came from over there

Colt Park

Mind the ankles

Simply magnificent

Ridge

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Re: TR-Around Ribblehead
« Reply #1 on: 19:19:50, 03/10/20 »
Lovely photos, you've had much better weather than we have today.

strawy

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Re: TR-Around Ribblehead
« Reply #2 on: 19:33:06, 03/10/20 »
Lovely photos, you've had much better weather than we have today.
It was Tuesday,i packed my waterproofs & was debating whether i should take a flask of coffee or an extra bottle of water,the water was the right option  ;)

richardh1905

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Re: TR-Around Ribblehead
« Reply #3 on: 09:05:53, 04/10/20 »
Lovely photos; looks like a really good route.


I dossed in a derelict house at Widdale Head on several occasions with my university caving club. The word 'dossed' is appropriate, as it was a pretty basic place to stay, with holes in the floor and no toilet - rented by Leicester University Caving Club from a local farmer, "Fester with Leicester".
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Re: TR-Around Ribblehead
« Reply #4 on: 11:30:46, 04/10/20 »
12 miles? Respect  :o
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Mel

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Re: TR-Around Ribblehead
« Reply #5 on: 13:13:45, 23/10/20 »
Lovely set of pics strawy.  I've not been up to the Dales for a couple of years now so thanks for re-whetting my appetite  :)
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