The Aislabie Walk

  • Mist over Hackfall

    Mist over Hackfall

  • Valley near Mickley

    Valley near Mickley

  • The Fountain Hackfall

    The Fountain Hackfall

  • Rustic Temple Hackfall

    Rustic Temple Hackfall

  • The Banqueting House

    The Banqueting House Hackfall

  • Beech Tree Hackfall

    Beech Tree Hackfall

  • View to Masham Limehouse Hill Hackfall

    View to Masham Limehouse Hill Hackfall

  • Studley Royal Temple of Piety

    Studley Royal Temple of Piety

  • Studley Deer Park

    Studley Deer Park

  • Pond near to Mickley

    Pond near to Mickley

  • Braithwaite Hall

    Braithwaite Hall

  • Azerley Tower

    Azerley Tower

  • Weir

    Weir at Studley Royal

Launch of the Aislabie Walk

Launch of the Aislabie walk view from the terrace at Mowbray Point

The walk was officially launched on Monday 16th April 2012

The sun shone for the launch of the Aislabie Walk. After an introductory talk by Paul Mosley, of the Woodland Trust, and Mark Reid, author of the walk, the gathered party set off to complete a 3 mile section of the route through Hackfall.

The launch was attended by representatives of:

As well as:

  • The Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Ripon
  • Andy Shipley editor of Walking on the Web
  • Phil Holden of Caravanwise supporters of this site
  • and of course Mark Reid of the Inn Way Walking Books and the very well behaved Elvis

The Aislabie Walk Launch on the terrace

Lunch was very generously provided by the National Trust and a very nice spread was laid out by The Crown Inn at Grewelthorpe, washed down by an excellent pint of Ringwood Bitter.

Production of the route guide was supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).

Comment

  1. Posted: Apr 17, 10:11 AM

    My vote goes to the Mayor & Mayoress of Ripon who did the Hackfall walk in dignified bling!
    Well done to Hackfall Officer (Paul Mosley)managing to keep all the group together and safely back to Crown Inn.

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