45d. Walking from Parcevall Hall to Appletreewick via Trollers Gill
Scenes from North Yorkshire
Following the path north, just to west of Parcevall Hall and heading north to Trollers Gill.
Where the dam was
The limestone valley leading up to Trollers Gill.
A spring just before Trollers Gill.
The southern entrance to Trollers Gill.
Inside the ancient dry river bed of Trollers Gill.
At one point a bit more sunshine falls in!
An old 'troll' of dead tree trunk.
Emerging from the northern end of Trollers Gill.
Looking south back down into Trollers Gill.
Looking north beyond Trollers Gill.
Crossing over the beck to turn round and head south-west to Appletreewick.
Just north of Trollers Gill are spoil heaps and ruined buildings of the lead mining industry.
Looking north to Grimwith Fell?
In the distance you can see the outline of an old mining track running horizontally ...
Looking towards Simon's Seat.
The pothole of Hell Hole (Swallow Hole).
Scenes from the lovely scenic north-east to south-west track back down to Appletreewick.
The track heading back down into Appletreewick.
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