Sunday 2nd January 2011
The promised blue sky never materialised so my first walk in months was done on a cool grey day that but for the fact it felt good to be finally out walking again wouldn't have had a lot going for it.
Start: Friden car park (SK 1721 6074)
Route: Friden car park - Kenslow Knoll - Kenslow Wood - Gratton Moor - Long Dale - Friden car park
Distance: 5.5 miles Ascent: 209 metres Time Taken: 2 hours 40 mins
Terrain: Good paths and fields.
Weather: Cool and grey.
Pub visited: None Ale Drunk: None
Long Dale from the road, this will be the end of the walk.
The first view of Kenslow Knoll as we leave the road.
Looking down on the topograph.
If the topograph is to be believed Stanton Moor is straight ahead.
Looking back to Kenslow Knoll and the topograph made from old millstones.
On odd shaped rock caught our attention as
Looking across to Black Nursery Plantation
Heading down to the floor of Long Dale.
The tryptych, which is by the gate in the
Frozen pond or a rather big puddle in Long Dale.
Heading between Little Boulderstone and Boulderstone Plantations.
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