Stoodley Pike

24th July
Lovely afternoon being teased mercilessly by my nearest and dearest. Started at Mankinholes and walked up the flagstones and across to the Pike, down via the newly gravelled Pennine Way section before turning left to return – the new path makes a huge difference to the walk, gaiters were no longer needed to get through the bog and it’s been well done, a pleasant change from the foot crunching flags on lots of the other nearby bits of the Pennine Way. Although this is quite a short walk we managed to make it last for hours!

Last of the Summer Wine!

Look at those legs!

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Author: Jak

Mountain Leader.

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