I wasn’t sure whether to post this blog… despite it having been a great walk, the waterfall of Hull Pot wasn’t flowing despite the recent heavy rain, so it was a bit of a disappointment!
But being a beautiful sunny winter’s day, the views of Pen-y-Ghent and the surrounding Yorkshire Dales were stunning, so I used it as a practice to take some photos and to get the drone out, and to try something different... join me on my walk with a Vlog!
And watch out for the cows towards the end of the walk… at first they were quite friendly moving to the side for me, but as I followed them down the path they started to get a bit annoyed with their new friend and didn’t want me to pass… forcing me to scramble through the high grass rather than walk on the path!
One bonus of the waterfall not flowing was that I could practice flying my drone into the cavern, check out the video below…
Being a fairly gentle walk I also used it as an opportunity to practice my photography, and I think I got a few pretty good shots…
Where is Hull Pot?
Close to the village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale and Pen-y-ghent.
Where can I park to visit Hull Pot?
There is a pay and displaycar park in Hortin-in-Ribblesdale, postcode BD24 0HF, and is a perfect place to start your walk from.
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