34. Danby-Castleton Winter December 2010-January 2011
The bird table at the Old Schoolhouse, Castleton
Climbing up Stormy Hall Bank in Danby Dale
Climbing up Stormy Hall Bank
The 'Twin Trees'
Climbing up Stormy Hall Bank above the cattle grid
Looking down on Danby dale by the track to st Helena House
Stormy Hall Bank!
Nearly at the top of Stormy Hall Bank, looking south down Danby Dale
The same scene after road clearing by the snow plough
Well, you can still get the direction!
Just east of Danby park Wood ...
... in deep snow!
Castleton - snow-bound on the ridge!
Castleton School - it only closed for day! bravo!
The 'gated road' from Castleton to Danby Church ...
... which near the church is often blocked by huge snow drifts ...
... that makes walking quite difficult!
Looking back to Castleton
Finally got to Danby Church
Looking south-east across Danby Dale from near Castleton
Castleton from the Blakey Ridge & Ralphs Cross road
The road above Castleton was blocked for quite some time! ...
... but not impassable in the right sort of vehicle!
Alpine climbing in Danby Dale!
More Castleton Pictures 1. Castleton (1) winter scenes around the village * 9. Castleton (2) Views of Castleton from the surrounding countryside * 21a. Castleton (3) Pictures of Castleton Show 2007 * 21b. Castleton Show 2008 * 21c. Castleton Show 2010 * 21d. Castleton Village Street Party for Prince William & Kate's Wedding April 29th 2011 * 31. Castleton (4) Summer-Spring-Autumn scenes * 32. Castleton (5) The village streets, buildings, trains and animals! * 34. Danby-Castleton Winter December 2010-January 2011 *
See also 26. Danby Dale (3) Winter walking including snow scenes
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