Ingleby Moor & Greenhow Bank - There is an exhilarating feeling on this fine 10 mile (with 1130ft of ascent) BLACK route across open, sweeping and remote North Yorkshire moorland. The walk recalls the heyday of the 19th-Century iron-mining boom and makes use both of an old coach road and a disused railway line. The views are superby throughout. There are only two climbs to be negotiated, and only one of these, up Ingleby Bank, can in any way be described as steep. The descent of Greenhow Bank is via the Ingleby Incline, down which wagons laden with iron ore were lowered until the line closed in 1928. Since closure of the line, Ingleby Greenhow has reverted from a busy and noisy industrial centre back to its pervious sleepy existence.