8. Baysdale - Baysdale Abbey and a walk over Great Hograh Moor
A selection of pictures at different times of the year
Presumably the remains of Baysdale Abbey have been incorporated into the current dwellings?
A depression (filled with water) carved into a rock where prehistoric man ground the grain-corn/wheat? This one is found on the north-west moorland above Baysdale, near where the road from Kildale turns down sharp left, and a about 100m on the right on the Cleveland Way footpath.
A walk to Baysdale and over Hograh Moor
The T junction where the road from Castleton meets the road from Westerdale to Kildale.
Heading due west into Baysdale.
On the right is part of Kildale Moor.
A tall cairn near where the path turns down into Baysdale.
Heading down to some farm buildings and to cross Baysdale Beck.
Climbing up to Great Hograh Moor and looking across to Kildale Moor.
Hograh Moor in heather time
The little 'Bern's Bridge' on Hograh Moor.
Above Bern's Bridge is a memorial to Alan Clegg.
The open wildness of Great Hograh Moor and beyond Kildale Moor.
Remains of an old enclosure wall on Hograh Moor
The path and cairns on Hograh Moor
Looking down on Westerdale Village
Looking down onto the village of Westerdale from Great Hograh Moor.
You can't beat walking weather like this!
The western end of Sloethorn Park north of Baysdale Beck.
Dropping down to the ford and footbridge at what is known locally as Hob Hole.
Descending into Hob Hole!
Looking down Baysdale Beck east towards Castleton.
A lone tree on climbing back up to the T junction.
Heather burning above Hob Hole
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