Sunday 17 July, 11am – 3pm
Between Penrith and Teesdale, just below the highest summits in the Pennines, Knock Ore Gill is famous for its montane flora, and we should see, among others, Yellow Marsh Saxifrage Saxifraga hirculus, Alpine Forget-me-not Myosotis alpestris and Hairy Stonecrop Sedum villosum. This outing will involve being at high altitude on quite steep slopes.
Free but booking is required to manage numbers. Please contact the Society Office to book.
Leader: Professor John Richards
Accompanied children 12+ welcome.