Day 2 Winter Break. Photos taken walking along the Liverpool - Leeds Canal, Plus journey through Yorkshire Dales to Brimham Rocks

Awakened to beautiful sunshine, but extremely cold day.
The walk for the group today is from Pateley Bridge to Brimham Rocks.
Couldn't do the group walk today, so Alan and myself did a short walk from behind the hotel along the bank of the Liverpool to Leeds Canal, a lovely wee walk, stopping into Skipton for a wee look.
Our bus driver Duncan then took 6 of us a run through the beautiful snow covered Yorkshire countryside. We headed to Brimham Rocks where the club finished their walk today.
When we reached Brimham Rocks we were able to walk around these large balancing rock formations on Brimham Moor in North Yorkshire, the rocks stand 30 feet high in an area owned by the National Trust, the area lies in part of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the rocks are said to be 320 Millions years old.
We really enjoyed walking around this fantastic site on the Birmham Moor taking photos. Well worth a visit.



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