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Images from the Walks
121306Ashop Head, Kinder Plateau
121901Abbey Brook, Derwent Reservoir
121902Climbing alongside Abbey Brook towards the Lost Lad
121903Howden Dean valley
121904Barristers Tor, Abbey Brook
121905Lost Lad with the millstone grit crags of Back Tor
121906Dovestone Tor & Cakes of Bread
121907Derwent Edge view to Kinder Scout
121908Wheelstones or "Coach and Horses"
122701The bridge over the River Ashop below the Snake Inn
122702Path on west bank of Fair Brook leads to Kinder Plateau
122703Path near top of Fair Brook leads through boulders
122704Northern rim of Kinder Plateau features slabs of gritstone
122705Heading west along the northern edge towards Ashop Head
122706'Boxing Gloves' are a well known rock feature, Peak District
122707Snake Path follows River Ashop from Ashop Head to Snake Inn
122708Dramatic section of River Ashop in a clough
122709The Snake Path near the Snake Inn
123301Lamaload Reservoir & rolling countryside
123302The summit of Shining Tor is marked by a boundary wall
123303The summit of Shining Tor is a fine viewpoint
123304View north from Shining Tor to Pym Chair
123305Windgather Rocks are a popular place for climbers
123306Jenkin Chapel has a fascinating history
124001Curbar Edge offers great views over the Derwent Valley
124002A group of walkers add scale to this view of Curbar Edge
124003Looking south from Froggatt Edge to Curbar Edge
124004The Longshaw Estate has a moorland charm
124005White Edge runs parallel to Curbar & Froggatt Edges
124006View of moorland on White Edge
125701Gratton Hill, to the north of the village of Alstonefield
125702Gipsy Bank overlooks River Dove, Wolfscote Dale
125703Biggin Dale is similar in character to Wolfscote Dale
125704Drabber Tor is a limestone rock, Wolfscote Dale
125705Wolfscote Dale is characterised by limestone outcrops
125706Beresford Dale has limestone features
125707Beresford Dale at its best in Summer
125708Footpath sign outside toilets in Hartington
125709A contemporary sculpture outside Lower Hurst Farm
125710View of Dove Valley, Narrowdale Farm
125711Narrowdale lies in Staffordshire north of Alstonefield
125712Hilltop copses are common in the White Peak
126401Climbing beyond Greenlands towards Mam Nick
126402The highest point of Rushup Edge is Lord's Seat
126403The head of Edale seen from Rushup Edge
126404Path from Rushup Edge to Brown Knoll
126405High level path on north side of Edale
126406High above Edale are the rocks that make up the Woolpacks.
126407Woolpacks are group of exposed gritstone features
126408Woolpacks are weathered gritstone rocks
126409The head of Crowden Clough with Edale beyond
127001Abney and Cockey Farm from Fold Farm top field
127002Offerton Moor from Siney Stitch
127003Win Hill and Kinder Scout from Shatton Edge
127004Abney and Abney Moor from Abney Brook
127005The claustrophobic intimacies of Bretton Clough
127006Stokes Ford, Bretton Clough
127007Oak Farm (near Abney) from Oak Wood
127301The Longshaw Estate with Higger Tor in the background
127302Higger Tor as seen from the Longshaw Estate

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