Wide Open Spaces


Apart from being the title of a song by the Dixie Chicks, “Wide Open Spaces” best describes today’s 8 mile & 1,500ft walk from Bank Foot on the northern edge of the NY Moors. As with many of these walks, there is a fairly steep climb up to the moorland plateau. Once on the top, it was a fairly gentle circuit of Battersby & Ingleby moors with a sharp down and up at Baysdale Abbey. The return leg of the walk was along part of the Cleveland Way and the picture shows the view to the north on the descent with Roseberry Topping in the distance.


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