Tuesday, 30th April 2013
Scroll down to see photos of the walk
The route is to the right of Stainforth Scar . . .
and looking back along the route
Pen-y-Ghent can be seen from Upper Winskill
Catrigg Force viewed from above . . .
and again from below . . .
with a closer up view
Smearsett Scar from the path into Stainforth
Stainforth stepping stone . . .
which have a rather large gap in the middle (good job the water is quite shallow)
St Peter's Church . . .
the Parish Church of Stainforth
Stainforth Force . . .
which isn't far from a narrow road
It's good to see the sheep out in the fields again after the severe weather conditions
Now this really is a 'green lane' in all but name
The lambs have come out to play . . .
while their mothers enjoy a grassy snack
Pen-y-Ghent (from the top of a stile!)
Smearsett Scar - with no wind for a change . . .
and time to test the timer
Looking across to Pot Scar . . .
and back to Smearsett Scar . . .
where someone else has reached the summit
Pot Scar . . .
with its summit shelter
Looking down on Feizor
Spring is here at last . . .
as this garden feature demonstartes
The cattle are enjoying the grass . . .
and the calves are here too
Looking across to Settle from Giggleswick Scar
A colourful roadside display . . .
and taking a closer look . . .
Crossing the River Ribble at the weir