A magical place. The lush green was spellbinding. Goredale Beck sprawls out over the dale bottom. Ash dominates its steep, verdant sides. Apparently home to two rare molluscs. A potential site for John Lambert’s mill which smelted lead ore mined high on Malham Moor in the 17th-century. Lambert lived with his family in Janet’s Cave, a short way upstream near to Janet’s Foss. There are traces of masonry amongst the moss and wild garlic.
Another photo from our trip to Malham.