This is the first clear view of the rest of the route, across the moor to the nearer peak, Little Ingleborough, then on along the ridge to the main summit.
Note the 'cross-section' of exposed limestone pavement in the foreground; the 'top view' is apparent in the reverse-angle of this photo.
Walking in the Lake District, one is accustomed to greeting and being greeted by walkers one passes. In Western Norway, one isn't expected to acknowledge the few other walkers. On Ingleborough today, the convention amongst those with distinct Yorkshire accents seemed to be to scowl at bearded, ponytailed walkers; at least at me, anyway.
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