Saturday, 31 December 2011

Top O'Selside

This medium length walk from the Forestry Commission centre at Grizedale takes us out of the trees onto an area of unplanted moorland, before visiting Top o'Selside, a rare example of an unplanted fell in this area, and a great viewpoint.

Esk Pike and Bow Fell from Eskdale

Esk Pike and Bow Fell from Eskdale: This lengthy walk takes us up to the head of Esk Dale, then swepts around onto Esk Pike, before finally reaching the summit of Bow Fell, one of the best viewpoints in the district.

Saturday, 17 December 2011

Sunday, 11 December 2011


Wicca is a pagan faith, sometimes termed a neopagan faith as although it contains many links to ancient rituals much of the practice has much more modern roots

St. Michael's Church, Liverton

St. Michael's Church, Liverton, is a typical example of the simple Moorland church, originally built in the 12th century, but restored in the late 18th century and again in 1902-3.

Saturday, 10 December 2011