The recent rain has made this a bit more challenging. It's still short - Two and a half miles. The hills are still not that big. The sheep were a lot less persistent. BUT there are a couple of places where narrow paths were slippy so if you are a pole user you will definitely want to bring it/ them.
Pretty, not too muddy.This was still true on the 16th. I made it round in walking trainers. I hope it's clear on Weds as the views were great yesterday. The forecast is "unsettled". There's a change.
Dogs will need to be on lead on a couple of lane sections and also in the field with the sheep. There was one place with game birds too but no sign about dogs on leads.
I said there'd be poetry. It's on the benches which are most artistic. Here's a Richard Bell quote to keep you going: Farnley Tyas sits surrounded by verdant pastures and deciduous woods (thank you Mr Walking Guru)
The pub carpark is bigger than I thought but can we park on the lower part leaving the first section for regulars.
If there are a group of you wanting to eat, can you let me know as the pub would want a pre-order.