|Walk:||Bentham Golf Course, Fields and Lanes to Ingleton, River Greta, Scoggles Wood, Burton-in-Lonsdale, across River Greta and field paths to High Bentham|
|Start Point:||High Bentham car park||Grid Reference:||SD 667 693|
|Distance:||9.2 miles||Ascent:||746 feet|
|Weather:||Sunny spells but a cold breeze|
|Comments:||Joining the Moderate group this was a low level quite relaxed walk. Its many, many styles made for lots of pauses en route.|
Pen-y-Ghent, one of the three Yorkshire Peaks
One of the crows spotted in the trees at Ingleton car park
River Greta, our lunch stop. The River Doe rises near Chapel le Dale and is joined by the River Twiss in Ingleton to become the River Greta. This then joins the River Lune between Wrayton and Arkholme.
The well-known River Greta which passes through Keswick starts life as River Glenderamackin and is labelled as River Greta, Cumbria on OS maps.
Ready, set GO! These lambs head for their mothers when they spot us.
Burton-in-Lonsdale at the cusp of the county boundaries of Lancashire and Cumbria and on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales.
A brief stop before the final section
Three ponies come to say hello . . .
and line up for portrait shots . . .
before we leave them behind