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New path on Whernside

Fell runners make their way down from the summit of Whernside, on the Bruntscar section of the Three Peaks route.

This image/video is the property of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority and is available free for Dales tourism businesses, for use within their promotional material. The conditions for use include;

1) the image/video cannot be used for resale - e.g. it cannot be used within a publication which is sold, and;
2) the image/video is credited where it is requested.

This image/video is also available for licensing for commercial use. Please contact us for details.
This image/video is the property of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority and is available free for Dales tourism businesses, for use within their promotional material. The conditions for use include;

1) the image/video cannot be used for resale - e.g. it cannot be used within a publication which is sold, and;
2) the image/video is credited where it is requested.

This image/video is also available for licensing for commercial use. Please contact us for details.
date_range Date 13-05-2019
photo_camera Photographer Andy Kay
person_outline Credit Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority
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exposure Exposure 1/1000
camera F Stop 14/5
filter_center_focus Focal length 200/1
exposure ISO 100
photo_size_select_large Dimensions 7952x5304
attachment File size 10.26mb

Note: Part of the Mend Our Mountains campaign, in conjunction with the British Mountaineering Council (BMC). The stone for the path was donated by Hansons Quarry at Ingleton.

Tags: outdoor recreation, trail, adventure racing, Running, Long-distance running, ultramarathon, Sports, fell, upland, path, MoM, Mend our mountain

Categories: Get outdoors, People, Sports / Recreation, Walking / Hiking, Bright, Glorious, Spring, Summer, Sunny, Warm