Farndale will be known be many for its daffodils which attract huge numbers of visitors in the spring. Besides this, it offers great walking opportunities and today’s 6 mile route with 1,100 ft of ascent was probably the best walk of the holiday, if only for the variety of countryside and wonderful views. Starting from Low Mill, there was a steady and continuous climb to the high point of the walk at West Gill Head (1,200ft). From here there was a good moorland walk before descending to the side of the River Dove at Upper Mill. From the Daffy Café at Upper Mill the last leg of the walk was alongside the Dove back to Low Mill.