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Photos from Yorkshire Dales NP - Page 1

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100101The River Wharfe near Bolton Abbey
100102The Strid on the River Wharfe near Bolton Abbey
100103Barden Bridge over the River Wharfe near Bolton Abbey
100104The River Wharfe near Barden Bridge
100105The Strid, River Wharfe, Bolton Abbey
100106Strid Wood near Bolton Abbey
101301Parish church in Horton in Ribblesdle
101302Pen-y-ghent above cottages in Horton in Ribblesdale
101303Limestone steps, Brackenbottom, Pen-y-ghent
101304Pendle Hill from the slopes of Pen-y-ghent
101305Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom Scar
101306Brackenbottom Scar from Pen-y-ghent
101307The Pennine Way is followed to the summit of Pen-y-ghent
101308The descent from Pen-y-ghent into Ribblesdale
101309View to Pen-y-ghent from Horton to Foxup path
101310Hull Pot and Pen-y-ghent
101311Pen-y-ghent from Whitber Hill
101312Pen-y-ghent and Horton Scar
105101Gordale Beck on the approach to Janet's Foss
105102Janet's Foss is a pretty waterfall surrounded by woodland
105103Gordale Scar is a spectacular limestone gorge
105104The dry valley of Watlowes leads to top of Malham Cove
105105Watlowes is a dry valley leading to the top of Malham Cove
105106Malham Cove and its limestone pavement
105201Whernside seen from the flanks of Ingleborough.
105301A field barn in Upper Swaledale.
105501Penhill offers great views across Wensleydale.
105502Wensleydale's green pastures in high summer
105601The lower sections of Gunnerside Gill have mature woodland
105602Upper Gunnerside Gill & view to Bunton Mine
105603Gunnerside Gill view south to remains of Bunton Mine
105604Extensive mine ruins alongside Old Gang beck
110501Ingleborough from near Lodge Farm
110502Lambert Lane and Preston's Barn near Settle
110503The descent into Settle from Attermire
112101Pen-y-ghent, one of Yorkshire's "Big Three"
112102Pen-y-ghent from near Hull Pot
112103Hull Pot is located on the western slopes of Pen-y-ghent
112104Pen-y-ghent from road north of Horton-in-Ribblesdale
114501Classic limestone scenery near Grassington
114502Limestone scenery near Higher Heights
114503Kilnsey Crag, Wharfedale, offers challenges for climbers
114504The picturesque village of Conistone in Wharfedale
114505Upland limestone country on the east side of Wharfedale
114506An example of the art of dry stone walling near Grassington
116001Mallerstang is a fine valley edged with fells
116002The Nab, Wild Boar Fell, from near Angerholme pots
116003The tall cairns on the Mallerstang edge of Wild Boar Fell
116004Wild Boar Fell from Swarth Fell
116005The summit cairn of Swarth Fell
118401View of Ribblehead viaduct & Whernside
118402Blea Moor signalbox on the Settle to Carlisle Railway
118403A moorland stream is crossed on the climb to Whernside
118404View to the Howgills from Whernside's north ridge
118405The Howgills seen from Whernside's northern ridge
118406Ingleborough across Scales moor, "Moss at Back o'th Rigg"
119601Winder is a modest summit with excellent views
119602Looking north on the ascent to Arant Haw from Winder
119603View of Yorkshire's "Big Three" from Rowantree Grains
119604Summit ridge of Howgills with Calf in view

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