|Walk:||Settle, Warrendale Knotts, Victoria Cave, Langcliffe, Craven Lime Works, Stainforth, then following the River Ribble to return to Settle Market Place|
|Start Point:||Settle Greenfoot car park||Grid Reference:||SD 820 634|
|Distance:||10.3 miles||Ascent:||1,519 feet|
|Weather:||Perfect! A cool start and pleasant sunny day with excellent clear views across limestone country.|
With the prospect of a longer-than-usual Long Wednesday Walk, nine of us enjoyed a wonderful late summer day in the Yorkshire Dales.
Ready for anything, with the promise of a fine day
"Two minutes" (five minutes ago) No need to rush.
Victoria Cave, left of centre, flanked by another cave further left; worth exploring
Locating our position over lunch beneath a rowan tree
Leaving Langcliffe, these drystone wallers were doing a wonderful restoration job
We were impressed!
Just one of the entrances to the Hoffman Kiln
David begins exploration of the kiln
...and, being Fylde Ramblers, we were properly equipped
Crossing the weir on the River Ribble, we returned to Settle