Tuesday, 1 November 2016
Crimsworth Dean, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire.
Crimsworth Dean is a National Trust managed woodland and nature area found alongside Hardcastle Craggs near Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire. The area is popular with walkers and by following the paths in the direction of Oxenhope for approx. 2 miles you will find Lumb Bridge and Falls.
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The walk takes you through Abel Cote Wood and Middle Dean Woods whilst following close to Crimsworth Dean Beck on the walk up to the Lumb Falls. This set of pictures were taken on the 24th September 2016 using a Nikon d3300 camera.
House on the edge of Middle Dean Woods.
Path Nr the bottom of Crimsworh Dean Beck.
Lumb Falls and Bridge.
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