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Sunday, 12 April 2009

PICTURES FROM INGLEBOROUGH

It was a splendid morning out on the hill. Moral of the story - get out into the Yorkshire Dales EARLY!

IMG_1536 Pen-y-Gent from Lower Ingleborough

IMG_1537 Dave Wilkinson and Ingleborough

IMG_1538 Dave & me on Ingleborough before the masses get there!

IMG_1540 Whernside & Ribblehead Viaduct

IMG_1541 The approaching throng!

2 comments:

  1. Hi Hope you are well?

    Last weekend some work colleagues and I took in Pen Y Gent, Whernside and Ingleborough and I was thoroughly impressed with Ingleborough. Not least because it marked the end of a very long day but also the ascent from The Hill Inn and the descent into Horton in ribblesdale is absolutely stunning (in the evening sunshine at least)!

    How are the Challenge preparations going?

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  2. Hello there, TDA. I am jolly well afer a bit of fresh air 'up north'.

    I love the 'airy' quality of Ingleborough, Whernside and Pen-y-Gent: They soar above the surrounding big, empty landscapes. In the evening, the slanting sunlight displays every rib and knucle in the structure of the land beneath.

    A great place.

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