Sunday, 15th April 2018

Walk: Holme Bridge, Slack Randy, Lane Head, High Dalebanks, Haber, High Haberwain, Wickerslack, Mains Wood, Meaburn Hall, Maulds Meaburn, Flass House, Low Row
Start Point: Crosby Ravensworth Grid Reference: NY 622 150 
Distance: 8.4 miles Ascent: 600 feet
Time: 4.75 hours
Weather: Dry, overcast, mild with occasional fresh breeze.

14 walkers. Fields full of young lambs. Most of the walk taken from “Walking in Eden” by Ron Scholes. Good paths and tracks.

Viewing the Millenium Stone in Crosby Ravensworth

At the top of Slack Randy

Group getting stretched out as they head over the moor from Slack Randy

Coffee near the ruined Lane Head Farm

Dropping down to Dalebanks Beck from Lane End

Daffodils at Low Haberwain

Lunch near Wickerslack

Wonderful old and large tree seen as we left Wickerslack

Meaburn Hall dates back to 1610 and was connected to the Lowthers

A reminder that the Yorkshire Dales National Park has annexed this part of Cumbria

Rambling is so tough!

Lambs and ewes were everywhere as we walked through Maulds Meaburn

An impressive weir on the Lyvennet Beck in Maulds Meaburn

This might be unique. A crown on a signpost in Maulds Meaburn

View from bridge over the Lyvennet in Maulds Meaburn

Looking up river in Maulds Meaburn

Our walk took us past Flass House which has had a chequered history

The guide book suggests that this is the finest style in Westmorland

Artwork as a waymark

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