I start by climbing the hill heading towards Brimham Rocks.
Brimham Rocks are a pretty impressive collection of rock formations of eroded Millstone Grit. They remind me of Tony Cragg sculptures.
There are some good views over Nidderdale.
Then downhill for three or four miles to Pateley Bridge (bunting, motorcyclists and random vintage military vehicles).
I sit on a bench in Pateley Bridge, eating lunch and contemplating the long walk I've still got to go. I set off, trudging up the steep ascent, with cyclists occasionally shouting encouragement.
At 418 metres above sea level I arrive at the massive public sculpture at Coldstone Cut, created by Andrew Sabin.
The view is nice, over the quarry and the dales.
Now I'm up on the ridge walking along the road - it's glorious, dales around, singing at the top of my voice.
After about two and half hours I arrive at the village of Hebden.
Then through Grassington onto my campsite for the night.