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10 As we approach the dip between
Andrewhinney and Bell Craig the view of Black Craig (just left of
centre) and the double top of Saddle Yoke starts to become ever more
interesting. The pale hill in the distance near the left edge of the
picture is Queensberry - for routes onto it click
here. For the very special round of Saddle Yoke, Hartfell and
Swatte Fell Click
here. The Bodesbeck Ridge lies among the Ettrick Hills and they
are divided from the Moffat Hills
by the deep valley that you see here - Moffatdale. So we have been
looking over to the Moffat Hills as we looked NW in most of the pictures
so far. Queensberry is in the Lowther Hills - beyond Moffat and the
valley of the River Annan.