|Walk:||Laithbutts Lane, Newby, Gaping Gill, Long Scar, Moughton Scars, Beggars Stile, Crummack, Thwaite Lane|
|Start Point:||Clapham Riverside||Grid Reference:||SD 303 976|
|Distance:||11 miles||Ascent:||1,713 feet|
|Weather:||Overcast, brightening in the afternoon|
|Comments:||Difficult to follow the route from Newby to Little Ingleborough. Decided to navigate across to Gaping Gill from Cote Gill Head.|
A fancy stone but only a couple of houses here
Gaping Gill . . .
one of the largest underground chambers in Britain . . .
and home to the country's largest unbroken waterfall . . .
though there's very little water today . . .
travelling along Fell Beck
Time to leave as other walkers arrive
From this point Little Ingleborough on the left looks higher than Ingleborough on the right
Little Ingleborough on the left stands at 639m while Ingleborough on the right stands at 723m
Leaving Noughton Scars at Beggar's Stile to head down Crummack