Ilkley Moor - 10 April 2022
By Sonja Allen
From the centre of Ilkley, the "long walkers" climbed up to the Cow and Calf Rock while the "short walkers" took an easier climb up to White Wells, a mid-century bath house that is also a café. Both points up the Ilkley Moor offered magnificent views over the surrounding valley on this very sunny day. The long walkers then continued their walk over the moors towards the Pancake stone, the Lower Lanshaw Dam and the Twelve Apostles stone circle before descending back into Ilkley via the Heber's Ghyll waterfall walk. The short walkers walked to the Swastika Stone and then descended to the river Wharfe via Heber's Ghyll.