April 3rd -- Ingleton, Yorkshire Dales
Mainly sunny and not too hot. Nice walking. Horizons misty.

The B- walk left Ingleton heading up to Thornton Hall and then across to Masongill Hall. From Masongill Hall there was a steady climb up to open moorland with misty views to the Lake District and surrounding area. Then along the top of Tow Scar and down to Beezleys with excellent views over Ingleborough. After crossing the River Doe on stepping stones the walk crossed the lower slopes of Ingleborough and then down into Ingleton.
Whatever's going on? Heading for Thornton Hall
Lost or just a coffee stop? Looking for a lunch stop
Sunny picnic Ingleborough in the distance
Heading for the Tow Scar trig point Downhill from here
Crossing the Twiss Ingleborough
Beezley stepping stones

The C walk followed a shortened version of the B- route in the opposite direction.
Storrs Common Green Lane to Ingleborough
Beezley stepping stones
Leading.. ..by example
Leader's reward

The A walk followed an anticlockwise circuit heading first to Clapham then along Clapham Beck to Trow Gill across the moors to lunch by Gaping Gill. Next a two-stage climb to Little Ingleborough and Ingleborough then back down to Ingleton.
Ingleborough in the clouds
Contrasting styles..
Chris makes friends
It's a cake-off!
Clapham Lake
Clapham Beck Trow Gill
The stragglers put their best knees forward..
The beck disappears 100m down Gaping Gill
Alan toys with his death wish.. ..then thinks better of it
Little Ingleborough, with Ingleborough proper beyond
Climbing Little Ingleborough
The path to Ingleborough
Crowded on the summit
Stragglers again
Off we go.. Whoops, wrong way!
Scrambling down

And finally...

Photos by Phil Cunningham, Derek Hesketh, John Hodgson, Brian Johnson, Rick Moxon and David Whitehurst