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Chee Dale stepping stones, looking upstream

Walk Photo 185901

Chee Dale stepping stones, looking upstream

Caption - This is the upper of two sequences of stepping stones beside crags overhanging the River Wye in Chee Dale. The whole walk is memorable, with plenty of other excitement and interest along the way.

Walk 1859 : Chee Dale & Monk's Dale from Miller's Dale

Photographer : Andrew Hill

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