Ie a circuit, not the Dent to Garsdale Route 15 in the book, of which see the note of April 2015. It’s 8+ miles and starts from the Ingleton to Hawes road, ascending Great Knoutberry Fell gently, then descending Widdale Fell. It is much better done when dry, or when frozen over, due to the bogs on top, and also, at present, with some crocs or flip-flops, as the bridge at SD838890 is down following either Desmond or the next storm, and doesn’t look as if it will be replaced. I managed to hop skip and jump across just above the bridge position, just about keeping dry feet. Start at Snaizeholme bridge or the quarry nearer Hawes, and walk up the road to Widdale Bridge, crossing this and turning up the track through farmland and plantations to the open moor. Turn up to the Gt Knoutberry where a large stile at a wall junction presents itself. The views are grand in all directions. Thereafter follow the book instructions, carefully. The magic of Widdale Little Tarn never fades for me. At the ladder stile at SD828897, turn down the side of the “field” of rushes, a slow descent, to where an ill used bridleway is signpost, leading across a Gill and down to the ford over Widdale Beck. A rough outing from Great Knoutberry Fell.