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All photos in the test walk gallery are copyright of Derek Cockell

All of the photographs on these Gallery pages were taken by Derek Cockell when he and his wife Alison helped to test walk the route after it was devised by David and Heather Pitt. The test walk took place during the summer and autumn of 2011 and spring and summer 2012.

Please note that all photos in this gallery are copyright of Derek Cockell and are not to be used without express permission.

Photo opposite L to R: David Pitt, Alison Cockell, Heather Pitt, Derek Cockell and Beattie in front

All photos in the Test Walk Photo Gallery are copyright of Derek Cockell

Day 1 - Kirkby Stephen to Waitby
Day 2 - Waitby to Bowderdale
Day 3 - Bowderdale to Cautley
Day 4 - Cautley to Crook of Lune Bridge
Day 5 - Crook of Lune Bridge to Fellside
Day 6 - Fellside to Barbon
Day 7 - Barbon to Ireby
Day 8 - Ireby to Chapel le Dale
Day 9 - Chapel le Dale to Horton-in-Ribblesdale
Day 10 - Horton-in-Ribblesdale to Moor Head Lane
Day 11 - Moor Head Lane to Settle

"[They] are exclusively for the fellwalker pure and simple - if such there be ..... In one respect - in the magnificence of the views - the Howgills win first prize. " AW on the Howgill Fells

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