Suitably refreshed, slog up onto Cringle Moor, a superb viewpoint, before once again descending, climbing and descending again. As I looked lazily across the valley, I suddenly saw the complete outlines of the Roman Station at Castleshaw. Following the Trans Pennine Trail east trail along rivers and through valleys in industrial South Yorkshire If you decide to tackle the walk in the anticlockwise direction, you'll have easy flat walking for about 6 days on the Trans Pennine Trail, so you can get toned up before the hills appear. The next section is interesting, as the path follows the top of a stone built flood wall for a while, a miniature version of the Pennine Way on Hadrian's Wall. For example, I camped on Great Whernside summit, but if you prefer a nice bed you can continue on to the road at Little Hunters Sleets below the mountain and get a taxi down to Kettlewell for the night, although that will extend your day to make it even harder. I would always spend the night here. From here, climb up to Staxton Wold, where there's a mysterious looking military communications station.
information on the Peak District holiday accommodation, cottages, hotels, pubs, b&b, self catering and more. Ravenstones Brow looms over Greenfield Brook and can be seen from the A Holmfirth to Greenfield Road. Ravenstones Brow looms over Greenfield Brook and can be seen from.
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towards the moors beyond Holmfirth to Meltham Moor, is dominated by a . The original Castle Hill pub was built in to cater for the crowds that. One of my photos of Ravenstones Brow on Saddleworth Moor, has been featured in In this case, the pub was known as Bill O' Jack's too. gangs of navvies in the area at this time, working on the turnpike road to Holmfirth.
The last day!
Follow the track all the way past the shooting lodge until it peters out, then strike out across the open moorland due south until you reach the Dukes Road bridleway. The next 2 days are the hardest on the entire route so far, and are very boggy in places, particularly on the featureless moor between Great Haw and Little Whernside. Eventually you will reach the trig point at Black Hill summit, where we finally leave the Pennine Way so we can remain in Yorkshire.
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A long day, leaving the lovely Green Dragon to head for the Goodmanham Arms, one of the best pubs on the entire walk. The Kitchen is run by keen walkers, so you'll have no problems with muddy boots, and I even got a free mince pie for promising to mention them on here!
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|Follow the main route to Ravenseat, then just beyond the farm turn left and climb up to Robert's Seat.
As its profile suggests, the summit of Ingleborough is flat, but there's a good shelter and the views are, well, magnificent. Keep on along the river, and eventually the path doubles back steeply uphill to join the road. Ignore the first bridleway heading north, and turn left here onto a bridleway heading north east.
Back Tor is a great place for a bivouac or wild camp in good weather, as there's ample shelter between the rocks, otherwise head east down to the Strines Inn about 2 miles for beer, food, company and a bed. Take time to study your map around here, in particular the various streams which appear and disappear in this famous limestone country.
Descend to the Fox House Inn, where surely there's time for early refreshments?
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Ravenstones Brow looms over. Howdale Moor and Brow Moor photo Short-eared owl sweeping heather moorland and the dramatic Ravenscar coastline looking across to Robin Hood's Bay.
Yeoman Hey and Greenfield Reservoirs with Raven Stones Brow beyond in The Dark Peak Area, The Peak District, Greater Manchester, England by David Leak.
Anyway, let's stop nattering and set off. Keep on along the north bank of the river, passing under the A1 M motorway, before we turn abruptly north along a disused railway. Keld Lodge is a hotel with beer, food and rooms, but it is usually booked up with Coast to Coast walkers.
The best plan is to ignore the paths shown on OS maps and follow a track which runs roughly parallel to the road on its steepest bits. In bad weather or extreme thirst there's a possible escape route from Buckden Pike down to the White Lion Inn at Cray, but you're then a long way off route, so it's for emergencies only.
In bad visibility, your best plan is to find Hell Gill Beck, which you will hit if you walk due south, then follow it downstream, alongside a wall, to Hell Gill Bridge.