Friday, 23rd November 2012
Scroll down to see photos of the walk
Straight up the steps and under the arch . . .
then through the left hand arch
Not much of a waterfall considering all the rain we have had recently
The triple arches lead to . . .
another set of steps . . .
leading to the Pigeon Tower . . .
and views to Yarrow and Anglezarke Reservoirs
Underneath the arches . . .
some of which have been filled in . . .
with slabs of concrete containing pigeon holes
The huge rocks ensure that no-one drives down this route
Another of the many views I have taken of Rivington Pike
The route from the Pike to Winter Hill - just over a mile away . . .
and looking back from about two thirds of the way across
Two Lads cairn, Mast and the photographer!!!
Lower Rivington Reservoir
Sunshine in Wilderswood
The footbridge crosses the River Douglas with steps that parallel . . .
a feeder stream . . .
littered with rocks . . .
providing waterfalls . . .
to enjoy as you climb . . .
up the numerous steps . . .
to the top
Looking back down to the footbridge . . .
where a couple and a dog provide perspective