Sunday, 12th April 2009




Walk: Starbotton, Buckden Lead Mines, Cray, Hubberholme
Start Point: Buckden car park Grid Reference: SD 942 772
Distance: 10.4 miles Ascent: 1,200 feet
Time: 5.5 hours    
Weather: Beautiful - warm, sunny and clear
Comments: Everyone enjoyed the walk and said it was well worth the long journey from the Fylde. They were especially interested in the church at Hubberholme (mice!)

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Group at Buckden ready for the set off


A sunny day in Wharfedale


Climbing up . . .


from Starbotton


Sheepish looks as we pass . . .


quick, through here before they come back!


A coffee stop . . .


with a view


A pause before . . .


climbing up to . . .


the old Buckden lead mine . . .


for lunch - and a nap!


Looking down Buckden Beck


Stepping Stones at Cray


Along the Dales Way . . .


to Hubberholme for a tea stop


Hubberholme Church - full of mice (the famous trademark of Robert Thompson, aka 'The Mouseman of Kilburn')


Along the River Wharfe to Buckden

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