13th February 2021 - To Kelbrook Moor and Knarrs Hill and back
Heading up onto Noyna Hill from Foulridge
Looking back down to Foulridge from Noyna Hill with Pendle Hill in the distance..
Looking south to Boulsworth Hill and the Forest of Trawden
Kelbrook Moor and Great Edge to the east
Pendle Hill in the distance from the top of Noyna Hill
Disappointment as they realise that I haven't brought them breakfast
A brief walk north along Cob Lane to reach the lane up to Kelbrook Lodge
Ingleborough and the hills above Settle and Malham in the distance
Looking back to Pendle Hill in the distance with Noyna Hill on the left from the lane up to Kelbrook Lodge
Boulsworth Hill in the distance
The red roofed Kelbrook Lodge is partially hidden by the trees on the left
Great Edge to the south from Harwes Farm
Bleak moorland scenery as I pass Harwes Farm
Burnt Hill and Piked Edge from Harwes Farm
There's isn't that much snow on the ground but what there is is drifting in the strong easterly wind
A bit of sunshine brightens the scene as I look back to Harwes Farm and Kelbrook Moor from Piked Edge, with Pendle Hill in the distance on the left
Boulsworth Hill from Piked Edge
The moorland around Airedale in the distance as I head for Black Lane Ends from Piked Edge
Boulsworth Hill in the distance from Black Lane Ends
On the Pennine Bridleway up onto Burnt Hill
Piked Edge and Great Edge
Bleara Moor and Thornton Moor to the north from Burnt Hill. I can make out a snow covered Buckden Pike and Great Whernside over their tops.
Looking east to Earl Crag and the moorland around Airedale
On the track at the top of Harden Clough with the hills of the Forest of Bowland in the distance
Bleara Moor to the north
Heading east along the track on the top of Burnt Hill with Hawshaw Hill ahead
Bleak winter scenery as I reach Skipton Old Road..
Heading east along Hawshaw Road
Looking back along Hawshaw Road
Boulsworth Hill in the distance to the south
Looking back along Hawshaw Road towards Piked Edge and Kelbrook Moor as I reach the turning for Tom Lane
Making my way south along Tom Lane and down Stone Head Lane with Ickornshaw Moor in the distance...
Passing through the hamlet of Stone Head..
It's been cold enough for the water in Stone Head Beck to freeze
As I walk up Hill End Lane and then Sandyforth Lane, Earl Crag and the moorland around Airedale comes into view...
Knarrs Hill in the distance as I head west along Sandyforth Lane to Mosside Kennels & Cattery and onto the track to Sedgemoor House..
Boulsworth Hill and..
..Ickornshaw Moor to my left
Looking back with Earl Crag in the distance on the right
On the Pennine Bridleway to Knarrs Hill
Pendle Hill in the distance from a bitterly cold Knarrs Hill
Boulsworth Hill in the distance from the trig point
Sunshine on Ickornshaw Moor
Earl Crag in the distance behind Knarr End Farm
Dark clouds are gathering
Looking back to Knarrs Hill from the Pennine Bridleway to Warley Wise Lane
Heading west along Warley Wise Lane to Black Lane Ends
Looking back along Warley Wise Lane
A bleak winter's scene at Black Lane Ends as I head up onto Piked Edge
Boulsworth Hill to the south
Pendle Hill in the distance as I make my way to Harwes Farm from Piked Edge. It wasn't quite as dark as it looks in this photo.
I can just about make out Inglebrough and the moors above Settle in the distance to the north
Threatening clouds over Boulsworth Hill
On the path to Great Edge from Harwes Farm
Pendle Hill from Great Edge..
Boulsworth Hill to the south as I make my way up onto Noyna Hill
Looking north across the slopes of Kelbrook Moor to the moors around Wharfedale in the distance
Pendle Hill as I make my way back down to Foulridge and home from Noyna Hill..