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The Notorious Lady Anne by Sharon Cullen

A noble naval officer and a female pirate combust

Nicholas Addison, Captain of the Blackwell Shipping Fleet, takes Mrs. Emmaline Sutherland aboard the Pride for a routine trip across the Atlantic. But when the ship is attacked by pirates, the seemingly innocent passenger is revealed to be none other than the infamous marauder Lady Anne, whose name strikes fear in the hearts of sailors everywhere—and whose seductive wiles commandeers Nicholas’s affections. She has spent the last eleven years plotting revenge against her father, the owner of Blackwell Shipping. Now Emmaline has to choose between revenge and love.. or will Nicholas find another way to happiness for them both?
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This walk is based on some of the routes taken by her whilst visiting the many important buildings of her estate. From the castle, the valleys of Wharfedale and Wensleydale are explored before traversing the high-level Lady Anne's Highway at Abbotside Fells, to Mallerstang and the Eden Valley, passing the castles of Pendragon, Brough and Brougham Castle, where she died. The route is now way-marked throughout. You can use the interactive controls to zoom in and out and to move around the map, or click on a path or a marker for more info. Show Points of Interest Walkers are Welcome. Click to show 5 more Walking Support Providers.

It is the publication of the waymarked edition of Lady Anne's Way, miles from Skipton to Penrith. Anne Clifford spent more than half a life-time hanging on to her heritage despite pressure to let go from some of the highest folk in Jacobian England, including King James 1.
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Barden to Grassington I parked just below Barden Tower for nothing at Straight onto the Dales Way and along the bank of the Wharfe to Burnsall. As it was a lovely warm day with a little breeze but not horribly hot, there were lots of people out. Various groups of DoE Award chasers all very loaded up and some Ramblers groups. Every little place where people could get access to the river was occupied. At Burnsall there is a huge car park which when I got to it was fairly quiet, but it was clearly going to get busy, the ice cream van and the burger man all gearing up for mega sales.

Lady Anne's Way is a deeply historic walk in the Yorkshire Dales, visiting all of the important buildings associated with the story of Lady Anne Clifford, who lived in the 17th century. Along the way it visits attractive villages and market towns, each offering their own insightful history. In addition to the many castles along the route, the walk passes other sites of historic interest including Nappa Hall, Hell Gill and Brougham Hall. Dog friendly itineraries are available for this route. Look for the pawprint icon when choosing your itinerary. Please note that dog friendly walks may require more transfers than standard tours. Following in the footsteps of Lady Anne Clifford as she travelled between her homes in the fine old castles of the Yorkshire Dales.

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  1. This is the official website for Lady Anne's Way - the classic long distance walk passing through some of Britain's most stunning scenery on its mile journey.

  2. The first half of the walk follows the River Wharfe upstream to the main watershed of Northern England at Ribblehead.

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