It`s a short walk which can be done in an hour at a moderate pace.
Starts here on the Beanley/Eglingham road (Plan B). Titlington Pike in the background.
Shepherds Law is visible high up to your left as you follow this grassy path - like walking on carpet, beautiful!
Drove to Titlington via Bolton, on reaching my destination there were a half dozen cars parked up, so put plan B into action and drove a half mile to my `reserve` parking space on the Beanley/Eglingham road. No prizes for guessing who the cars belonged to. Camera on max zoom (36x). I gave them a wave, got a wave back (I think). Very nice!
I`ve come to the end of the grassy track after a 10 minute walk, to my right a gate leads down a track - in another ten minutes, if I went down the track I`d arrive at where the half dozen cars are parked. I turn left keeping Titlington Pike to my right. The walkers have disappeared.
My anti-clockwork circular route take me up this track (the steep bit); there`s an underground reservoir at the top, just beyond the tall trees. Shepherds Law (now out of vision) is still to my left.
Looking back the way I just come (Shepherds Law to my right - Tiltington Pike, left).