Updated: Jan 17
Earlier this month I spent three days walking with my friends Helen and Paul in the North York Moors National Park.
We stayed in a cottage near Ingelby Greenhow. Helen's from the area, so knew all the great walks and places to for me to take photos for inspiration.
It's the first time I'd been up there and I absolutely loved it. You can see for miles. I loved the layers of vivid green flat fields, hedges and trees that led my eye through to the iconic silhouette of Roseberry.
We mainly walked along the Clevaland Way and I felt compelled to go back the following weekend with another friend called Helen, to walk up Roseberry Topping itself.
Below are some of my photos and maps of the walks we did.
The photo that inspired my recent linocut print. I took this whilst walking along the Cleveland Way from Clay Bank.
See more images about how I made this print here.
Clay Bank Walk
7.5 mile circular walk
Carlton Bank Walk
10.5 mile circular walk
Walking over White Hill, Cold Moor and Wain Stones to Lord Stones Country Park. Some of this followed the Cleveland Way.
Cleveland 3 Peaks
6.5 mile walk
Roseberry Topping, Captain Cooks Monument and High Cliff.
Roseberry Topping Loop
7 mile circular walk
If you have the Pathfinder Guide North York Moors walking book it's walk number 22.
Many of the photos from this walk are at the begining of my blog,
Lost of inspiration so , they'll definaly be more prrints to come. Do you have a favourite?