Monday, February 14, 2011

What Is Best For Cold Sores For 3 Yr Old


Ingleborough is 723 meters, the second highest "mountain" in the Yorkshire Dales. Together with the highest mountain Whernside (736m) and third in league Pen-y-ghent (694 m) Ingleborough is one of the "Three Peaks". Yorkshire and the nature-loving residents climb once a year all three mountains in one day (38km!) - the so called "Three-Peaks Challenge.
Ria, Elena and I were not so crazy and have only used one of the three made, namely Ingleborough. It is convenient to the hike namely, that the walking path directly to the station-in-Ribblesdale Horton begins.

The first part of the hike was pretty easy. Meadow, sheep, stone walls. It was rather cold and the wind that made the matter a little difficult.

The last part of the increase was then a bit steeper.

From peak one can speak not really. We had no idea where the highest point was. So we walked a bit on the snowy plateau around.

porch on the "summit"

was unfortunately the outlook on the day because of weather, the best ..... my landlord told me afterwards, that you can see in good weather even the sea. So lucky we had not now.
quite a bit of sun ...
went down then faster. The only problem was the cattle that had given us in his way. Since we have he prefers a wide berth.

cattle on the trail
After 4.5 hours we arrived back at the station. The other two mountains, I definitely want to climb too =)


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