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30th October 2010: A ride up the Rawthey Valley.

Food photo at morning cafe stop at the Duo Cafe Bar in Sedbergh.

Looking across the fields towards the River Rawthey from the public byway which runs from the A684 to Garsdale Bridge.

A view of Farfield Mill from Garsdale Bridge.

The Chapel at Cautley

The view looking over to Cautley Spout from the road up to Bluecaster Side.

Ian and Peter on the climb up to Bluecaster Side.

Looking back down the public byway towards Bluecaster Side.

Ian looking at the view as we head towards Uldale.

Autumn Colour.

A view of the River Rawthey.

Stopping to look at the view.

Another view of the river.

Leaves on the bridleway.

Following the track up into Uldale.

The fire at the Cross Keys Temperance Inn at Cautley.

We stop at the Inn for pre lunch brew.

Ian and Peter order some chips as well!

Another view of River Rawthey.

Crossing over Cautley Beck.

Lunch time view.

A view of the track as we down the valley back to Sedbergh.

Ian crossing one of fords on this bridleway.

Another view of the bridleway as we head down the valley.

We stop to regroup at Fawcett Bank.

Ian leading the way as we head down to A683.

The cake photo at the Duo Cafe Bar in Sedbergh where we stop for end of ride Brew.

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