Day 16 in Photos – The North York Moors – Ingleby Arncliffe to Clay bank Top

Today we joined the Cleveland Way, and will be following it for 13 miles. We took the left hand turn after climbing up from Ingleby Arncliffe and Ingleby Cross by a forest road:

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Looking back west towards the Vale of Mowbray, which we had been crossing during the last two days:

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Stepping up onto the moor, our first views:

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Heather in bloom:

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An ancient boundary marker:

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Joyce and Jim atop Live Moor:

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Sheep atop Live Moor:

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Walking east along the escarpment:

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The Wainstones atop Hasty Bank:

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A cow on the escarpment:

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Looking back west, on Hasty Bank:

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Looking northeast; Roseberry Topping is the hill in the distance; the distant town that you can barely see is Teeside, and the sea is just beyond:

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