|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|
|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 . . .
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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