The walked route is green
Tan Hill Inn near Reeth - at 1732 feet it is said to be the highest pub in Britain.
The busy little town of Reeth, where walkers rub shoulders with day trippers.
There was much excitement in these parts when the Tour de France started in Leeds and came through here in the summer of 2014.
Skelton Hall with the dramatic backdrop of Clints Scar
Another climb, up towards Applegarth Scar
Paddy's Bridge, constructed in 2003 as a memorial to Paddy Fleming, one time Yorkshire Dales National Park volunteer
Applegarth basks in the warm afternoon sunshine as we press on for Richmond.
Lovely countryside on the approach to Richmond
The tall Keep at Richmond Castle still dominates the town
A hotel in the main square at Richmond.