Today we were walking with Matt from My Pennines, and as he knew the route so well, we were able to tag along without having to worry about navigation.
Weather conditions were good, visibility good, and we set off about 9:30am from the Village of Austwick.
After passing the campsite at Wharfe we made our way up to Moughton. At 427m this is the main climb, after here there is only really height variations of say 50m.
From Moughton we made our way around Crummackdale (Crummack Dale) in a horseshoe shape, eventually reaching Norber . We then dropped down into the Glacial Erratics.
This walk features some stunning scenery and is easily my favourite walk this summer. I don’t need to say anymore, just take a look at the pictures.
|Low Point||About 150 metres|
|High Point||427 metres|
|Terrain||Roads, good tracks, limestone rocks|
|Dogs||No dog with us but other dogs were knocking about|
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