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Littondale

Littondale is a tributary valley of Wharfedale named after the village of Litton rather than its river, the River Skirfare, which rises on moors below the eastern flank of Penyghent and meets the River Wharfe just above Kilnsey in Wharfedale.

Birks tarn
Littondale from Hesleden Bergh
Littondale from Hesleden Bergh
Littondale from Old Cote Moor
Ordnance survey column, Old Cote Moor
Birks tarn
Litton village
Litton village

Village of Litton and Penyghent from Old Cote Moor.

Trig point on Old Cote Moor

Litton village

Litton village and Old Cote moor

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Littondale
Arncliffe, Littondale
Sheep, Arncliffe, Littondale
Halton Gill
Halton Gill
Littondale near Halton Gill
Arncliffe, Littondale
Yew Cogar Scar, Littondale
St. Oswalds church, Arncliffe, Littondale

St. Oswald’s church, Arncliffe

Wall patterns, Littondale
Cowside beck

Arncliffe

Arncliffe village

Yew Cogar Scar

Cowside beck

West Moor

Halton Gill

Littondale, near Halton Gill