Kildale is a village that goes moo. One of the few buildings that make up the village is evidently home to a lot of noisy cows. I parked in a layby by the phone box and followed the Cleveland Way up the side of Park Nab as far as the cattle grid on top of the moor where a path goes off left towards Baysdale Abbey. Here I took the ROW that leads up through the woods where it becomes a track leading south across Ingleby Moor.
After about 2K a track branches away right towards Burton Howe. I turned right here back onto the Cleveland Way and followed it home pausing for a look at the Guide Stone. Views west to the Cleveland Hills and north to Roseberry Topping and Easby Moor were made wonderful by the mist filling the valleys below them.
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