The Dunford Round - November 2017

13 folk turned up at the appointed hour of 8am at the Langsett reservoir to walk the anytime challenge walk The Dunford Round as our leader for the day Lynne pointed out prior to set off.

We had a text from a late comer that we gave our first directions to catch us up.

The first job was to navigate around the reservoir towards the Slippery Stones (it is just before the stones Hazel caught us up making todays total as 14 walkers out).

After a pleasant few bumps to cross the River Don we had elevenses on a hill side in the bright sunny day that had developed.

Crossing the Woodhead Road we entered Kirklees, into Hepworth then Jackson Bridge where Roy T showed us the public house and cottages used on the hit show The Last of the Summer Wine. A stiff climb onto Cheese Nabb saw us have lunch again on the hillside in bright sunshine.

The afternoon saw us negotiate our way back to Langsett crossing the TPT and passed an interesting sign that could be a motto for the LDWA. Roy T found his old shove iron en route too.

Many thanks for Lynne and Tony for leading a great route in a wonderful November day.