Over the bank holiday weekend I decided to go and investigate an area I had viewed from afar on my last mountain adventure.
Doing a little research I found that it was mentioned in Alfred Wainwrights book - Walks in the Howgill Fells.
Stennerskeugh & Fell End Clouds, white limestone crags & pavements seated across the lower slopes of Wild Boar Fell in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
A view of the only signs of inhabitants on the full slopes which was a rudimentary old farm house, now in ruin which is called Harry Hope's Land, named after the last occupant who is said to have etched out a living and farmed there until 1820 and since then it has lay in ruin.
Looking back on Harry Hope's you can see the old ruined field boundaries.
The ever changing light making it a special place to be, albeit a very cold day.