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Aerial Panorama above Grindslow Knoll (Kinder Scout) looking towards Crowden Tower (Kinder Scout)

The Peak District National Park,
Derbyshire, England

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Ron Linton (8 of 15)

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Walk d296 Jacob's Ladder and Kinder Scout from Edale

The start of the Pennine Way

Route Summary: - Edale, The Pennine Way, Upper Booth, Jacob's Ladder (Edale), Edale Head, Kinder Scout, Kinder Plateau, Kinder Low (Kinder Scout), Noe Stool (Edale Head), Pym Chair (Edale Head), Crowden Tower (Kinder Scout), Crowden Brook, Grindslow Knoll (Kinder Scout), Grindsbrook Clough, Grinds Brook, The Vale of Edale, Edale.

Length: 13km (8 miles) | Ascent: 567m (1860ft) | Allow at least: 4¾hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate

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