Marsden Moor from Marsden Walk
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Start Point Details
Ordnance Survey Grid Ref SE047118
Latitude 53.602744 Longitude -1.930448
Postcode HD7 6AX
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Walking in the Peak District is some of finest in the UK. The National Park suffers from a split personality with its contrasting White and Dark Peaks. Within easy distance from Manchester, Sheffield and the Midlands there is much for the visitor to see. The contrast between quiet limestone dales and wild upland moors provides the basis for a diverse range of Peak District walks with scenic variety the keynote. Peak District Walking Guide
The South Pennines stretch from the northern boundary of the Peak District to the southern boundary of the Yorkshire Dales. Consisting of high rolling moorland, intersected by deep valleys, there is nowhere in this region that exceeds 2000 feet. The moors and valleys are where the old rivals, Lancashire and Yorkshire meet and where too the rival industries of cotton and wool. South Pennines Walking Guide
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