2nd July 2011: A ride to Hell Gill Bridge
Stopping on the A 683, to take some layers off as the day gets warmer.
At the start of the track at The Street.
Looking back down the track.
The view looking up the bridleway towards High Dolpinsty.
Peter crossing the ford.
Stopping to look at the view.
The view of Wild Boar Fell from High Dolpinsty.
The lunch time view, looking down into Mallerstang
Peter and Tim heading down the Pennine Bridleway.
One of the new signposts with Wild Boar Fell in the background.
Thistle at side of the bridleway.
A view of the Water Cut.
A close up view of the Water Cut.
Looking back down the bridleway into Mallerstang.
At Hell Gill Bridge.
A bit further along the Pennine Bridleway stopping to look at the view.
It was case of following the posts down the hillside which show the path of this new part of the Pennine Bridleway.
The bridge across the River Ure near Yore House Farm
Tim cooling off in the River Ure.
The afternoon brew stop at the Moorcock Inn
We sat outside the Moorcock in enjoying sunshine.
Peter heading under the Dandrymire Viaduct following the Pennine Bridleway.
Tim at end of this new section of the Pennine Bridleway in Garsdale Station.
Flowers at side A684 as we head back to Sedbergh.