On the way you’ll get nice close-up views of the river, and glimpses of industrial remains – workplaces that once depended on it.
When you get to Tellisford, you’ll find the prettiest little stone footbridge you’ve ever seen, and walk across it feeling like you’re in a special place. Which you are.
On the far side of the bridge there’s an incongruous (but in my eyes beautiful) modern house that’s also a hydro-electric power generator. And from there on, it’s mostly fields and sheep and views and mud. But nice mud.