Setting out from Ingleby Cross towards Arncliffe Wood leading up the side of Beacon Hill (directly ahead).  

This is the first stage of the Cleveland Hills traverse.

      

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Ascending to Arncliffe Wood.

      

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Arncliffe Wood.

      

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Looking down on Ingleby Cross from the top of Beacon Hill.

The Vale of Mowbray - yesterday's 23 mile walk -  stretches away to the west.

      

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Looking along the Cleveland Hills escarpment.
Industrial Teeside is in the far left distance.

 

      

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Dipping down through Scugdale.
The Cleveland Hills continue in the distance.

      

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Ascending Live Moor on the other side of Scugdale.

      

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Looking back across Scugdale from near the top of Live Moor.

      

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Looking north along Carlton Bank.

      

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Lord Stone's Cafe between Carlton Bank & Busby Moor.
This is the famous subterranean cafe which is cut into the moorland rock at the top of Carlton Bank. 
Just behind the cafe lie the remains of the original Three Lords Stone which, centuries ago,  marked the estate boundaries of 3 local Lords. 
It is also the site of some Bronze Age burial mounds, or tumuli, from where many flint arrowheads dating back over 5,000 years were discovered.
      

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Lord Stone's Cafe.

      

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From near the top of Cringle Moor looking east towards Hasty Bank.

      

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On Cringle Moor with Hasty Bank just ahead.

      

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The Wain Stones and Hasty Bank.

      

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Climbing up through the Wain Stones.

      

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Looking back from the Wain Stones.

      

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On Hasty Bank top.

      

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After reaching Clay Bank Top, our route dropped down through the woods to reach accommodation at Great Broughton - 2 miles from the foot of Clay Bank.

      

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Wain Stones from the foot of Clay Bank.

      

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