Once again woke up to a duvet smothering Cleveland …

… but pleasing to see it overflowing into a cloudless Bilsdale.

Taken from the 390m spot height half way along the Cold Moor ridge.

White Hill, aka Hasty Bank, on the far side of the mist flowing over Garfit Gap — named after the farm of the south side of the hill and documented as Garthwat in 1355, ‘a clearing with an enclosure on it1Burns, Tom Scott. “The Walker’s Guide to the Cleveland Hills”. Page 75. 1993. Smith Settle. ISBN 1-85825-009-9..

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    Burns, Tom Scott. “The Walker’s Guide to the Cleveland Hills”. Page 75. 1993. Smith Settle. ISBN 1-85825-009-9.

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