is a small hamlet a few miles north of Grassington. Park on the road by
the bridge over the river. walk straight on iinto the tiny village.
left and then immediateley stright on up a path with cottages to your
left. Through a gate signposted to the Dib and into the spectacular
the gorge up hill over what was once a waterfall, now dry as a bone and
emerge into more open country with huge banks of limestone scree on
side. Keep heading up hill along the obvious path, through another
kissing gate before arriving at a small gate that enters you into
narrow ravine. An easy scramble up the Limestone rocks brings you out
on the top of the fell
on the Dales Way.
Turn left over a flat bridge, through a gate
and then forward towards the likestone pavement ahead, crossing a broad
stoney track, that you will return to
after visiting Conistone Pie.
From here, skirt to the left of
the raised Limestone pavement and follow the grassy path towards a wall
stile with the Pie shaped rock now in view. Cross
the stile and head for the rocky outcrop that is Conistone Pie. A great
place for a spot of lunch with great views in to the Yorkshire dales.
along the same grassy path to the broad stone track you crossed earlier
and turn right. Follow this path down hill all the way to the road.
on the road and head back into the village, passing the ancient church
on your right, which is said to be one of the oldest buildings in
Yorkshire. In the hamlet turn right and head back to the bridge.