4th November -- Settle, Yorkshire Dales
After the usual milling about, the A and B+ walks set out together starting with..
.. a steep climb out of Settle, with snow in the distance on the peaks.
Taking a breather. The first of many muddy stiles
Approaching the Attermire pass
with Warrendale Knotts to the north The B+ split off up the pass, and Derek reaches for his camera..
to grab this snap happy shot. The As kept straight on
..on the path to.. Malham Tarn
Dry Valley
A chilly lunch stop.. ..doggedly endured
Tony Models the new Primark Range Freshfields Elite (apparently)
The road back Leaving the tarn behind
with views of Ingleborough and Pen-Y-Ghent
Stunning scenery..
..beautifully lit.. by the low evening sun.
Ahh Bless

After splitting from the As, the B+ walk
continued along the pass
by Attermire Scar and up to
Victoria Cave A cave with a view
Looking for a crossing over Cowside Beck
No problem for the athletic. . Approaching Catrigg Force, hidden in the trees
Catrigg Force
Catrigg Beck above the falls (best not fall in!) Looking down into Stainforth
Catrigg Beck again
Stainforth Bridge.. .. and Force
The Ribble Way back to Settle was very muddy The 17th century "Folly" in Settle

The B- group started with a climb up to Giggleswick Scar, then to the hamlet at Feizor, a diversion to the top of Smearsett Scar, then on to Stainforth Force waterfalls, and a (muddy) meander along the R. Ribble to Settle
Misty view from Giggleswick Scar
The tempting tea-house at Feizor.. .. was not resisted!
Across the moors.. ..to Smearsett Scar
and on .. .. to Stainforth Force
Ribble way

The 'C' followed the River Ribble to Stainforth , before Heading up onto the Scar to the west for the views of Ribblesdale, returning to Settle via Giggleswick.
"Derrière moi -- Le Déluge!" The obligatory bridge group portrait

And finally...

Photos by Bob Jackson, Diana Young, Phil Cunningham, Derek Hesketh, David Whitehurst, John Hodgson, Jeremy Haworth and Colin Jacobs