Summer & Fall Combine for One Day 10-10-10 : Pennine Bridleway, South Head & Brown Knoll

A hot, sunny, extremely blustery, fantastically colourful; a very unexpected and unusual October day in England… a walk along the Pennine Bridelway to South Head, returning via Brown Knoll and a boggy moor to the west end of Rushup Edge.

DSC_0006 - MOD1 - walled plantation ner Green Low - Pennine Bridleway - IB 10-10-2010

Walled plantation near Green Low

DSC_0027 - MOD1 - Derelict Barn on Peninne Bridleway - IB 10-10-2010

 

DSC_0029 - MOD1 - Sacred Tree near Roych Clough - Pennine Bridleway - IB 10-10-2010

 

DSC_0031 - MOD1 - Sacred Tree near Roych Clough - Pennine Bridleway - IB 10-10-2010

 

DSC_0040 - MOD2 - Pennine Bridleway near Green Low west of Rushup Edge  - IB 10-10-10

 

DSC_0073 - MOD1 - View northeast to Kinder from near Brown Knoll - IB 10-10-2010

 

DSC_0078  - MOD1 - Stile for footpath to Brown Knoll - MOD1 - IB 10-10-2010

 

DSC_0087 - MOD1 - Sunset Post near Chapel Gate Track - IB 10-10-2010

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