colourful blakey topping in autumn topped by reddening ferns under blue sky

Blakey Topping

The distinctive shaped hill of Blakey Topping is in the Tabular Hills area of the North York Moors. It can be reached by following The Old Wife’s Way path east from the Hole of Horcum.

This colourful photo of the hill was taken in autumn when the fronds of the bracken were turning red. Sadly the very same bracken prevents easy access to the summit which is a shame. Having climbed to the top in the past I know it offer great views over the surrounding Dalby Forest.

Blakey Topping was last modified: April 13th, 2020 by Gavin Dronfield

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