Due to poor weather no climbing today but instead a short walk around Burbage.
Date: 29th March 2017 Distance: 5.1km (3.17 Miles) Parking: Roadside at Burbage Bridge
Start Location: Burbage Bridge Ascent (m/ft): 200m (656ft) Weather:

Light Rain

Time Started: 11:30 Highest Point: Higger Tor (434m/1424ft) Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 1 Hour 30 Minutes        
Route: Upper Burbage Bridge - Burbage Rocks - Burbage Brook - Carl Wark - Higger Tor (434m/1424ft) - Fiddlers Elbow - Upper Burbage Bridge

All waterproofed up and ready for a little stroll.

Carl Wark, Higger Tor and Fiddler's Elbow.

A view back up the Burbage Valley to Burbage Rocks.

And a view down the valley past Carl Wark.

Carl Wark is the first peak we went up to which has the remains of an Iron Age Hillfort on top and then Higger Tor was visited (the peak in the centre).

Crossing Burbage Brook.

One of the walls that made up the northern edge of the Iron Age Hillfort.

The stone rampart.

The path up to Higger Tor.

And a reverse shot. Looking down to Carl Wark from Higger Tor.

A grassy lump marks the top of Higger Tor. From here we follows a path straight back to Burbage Bridge.