Higher View lives up to its name! At 366m above sea level, residents of the farm and cottage are amongst the highest residents of Barnoldswick.
Residents (and passers-by!) enjoy some of the best views in Barnoldswick.
A panoramic vista of the eastern ramparts of the Yorkshire Dales around Settle and Malham, with Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent supreme on the horizon, is seen above the rolling drumlin field of the Craven low lands.
Walkers on Barnoldswick's Beating the Bounds walk pass Higher View breathless on an anti-clockwise walking of the route as they approach its highest point.
Old milk kits (once used to transport milk from farm to dairy) forlornly await collection by the farm gate.
Carved toadstools grace the verge as the track turns into a green lane.
A beating the bounds boundary stone is installed by the style leading from Higher View to Prospect House.