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The South Pennines and the Brontë country

Simon Warner

The South Pennines and the Brontë country

by Simon Warner

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Published by Town & County in Shepperton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pennine Chain (England) -- Description and travel -- Views.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p64.

    Statementphotographs by Simon Warner ; text by Judith and Simon Warner.
    SeriesCameracolour portrait
    ContributionsWarner, Judith.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA670.P4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64p. :
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22171077M
    ISBN 100863640184
    OCLC/WorldCa59919535

    Margery Hill is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Sheffield, England. Margery Hill is metres high with a prominence of 19 metres. The summit can be identified by: trig point Additional Notes: boulder to the south maybe as highincluded in the Clems All the walks up Margery Hill. The South Pennines is famous for its historic packhorse trails which for centuries were the main trade routes linking market towns, upland settlements and farms. These now form a major bridleway network, much of which has be re-opened by the South Pennine Packhorse Trails Trust.

    Ollerton Pits Wood is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Nottinghamshire, England. Ollerton Pits Wood is 80 metres high with a prominence of 34 metres. You can get a feel for this in John Manning's book South Pennines: 25 Walks and Andrew Biiby's South Pennines and the Bronte Moors: Including Ilkley Moor (Freedom to Roam Guides) But it is a selective guide, and I am sure many of us could suggest additions- but the author's choice is as good as anyone's, and keeps the book to the right s:

    The Pennines make up the main watershed in northern England, dividing the eastern and western parts of the country. The rivers Eden, Ribble, and Mersey flow west towards the Irish Sea. On the other side of the watershed, the rivers Tyne, Tees, Swale, Calder, Aire, Don, . Note: The distances quoted to other walks in the vicinity are measured in a straight distance by road may be further. Recommended Books & eBooks. South Pennine Walks. The 30 circular walks in this guidebook cover the South Pennines, the expanse of hill country that straddles the Lancashire / Yorkshire border between the Yorkshire Dales and Peak National Parks.


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The South Pennines and the Brontë country by Simon Warner Download PDF EPUB FB2

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 64 pages: illustrations (some color), 1 map ; 25 cm. Series Title: Cameracolour portrait. The Pennines (/ ˈ p ɛ n aɪ n z /), also known as the Pennine Chain or Pennine Hills, is a range of hills and mountains separating North West England from Yorkshire and North East England.

Often described as the "backbone of England", the Pennine Hills form a more-or-less continuous range in most of Northern range stretches northwards from the Peak District at the southern end. The South Pennines Regional Park (or South Pennines Park) is a proposed National Park that would cover the South Pennines area in Northern park would cover a large swathe of Northern England and encompass parts of Greater Manchester, Lancashire and West would also adjoin the borders of two existing national parks; the Yorkshire Dales in the north and the Peak District.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(4). The South Pennines. The South Pennines covers square miles of spectacular upland country, bounded by the Peak District and Yorkshire Dales national parks, plus two areas of outstanding natural beauty (AONBs): Nidderdale and the Forest of Bowland.

Located in northern England, it is one of the UK’s most celebrated landscapes, embracing. The South Pennines is a very accessible landscape. The South Pennines National Character Area (NCA) contains 4,km of Public Rights of Way at a density of km per square km, one of the highest densities in the country.

Within this network are a series of significant routes including. The South Pennine Ring is an English canal ring which crosses the Pennines between Manchester and covers parts of five canals, and includes passage through the longest canal tunnel in Britain.

It has only been possible to cruise it sincewhen restoration of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal provided the return route across the Pennines. The Pennine Way is a National Trail in England, with a small section in Scotland.

The trail stretches for miles ( km) from Edale, in the northern Derbyshire Peak District, north through the Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland National Park and ends at Kirk Yetholm, just inside the Scottish path runs along the Pennine hills, sometimes described as the "backbone of England".

The 30 circular walks in this guidebook cover the South Pennines, the expanse of hill country that straddles the Lancashire / Yorkshire border between the Yorkshire Dales and Peak National Parks.

These routes range from four to eight and a half miles and explore an area of remarkably varied and contrasting s: 7. The Pennines stretch in a north-south line through the north of England, and the 50 suggested classic full-day walks in this book explore the best of the rolling hills and high moorland, accessed from the old mill towns and attractive stone-built villages nestling in the valleys.

Further exploration of the Pennines can be made by selecting. 71 miles locks 80 hours. 11 or 14 Day Trip Cross the Pennines twice, by the Huddersfield Narrow and the Rochdale Canals.

You climb to the two highest summits on the English canals, and dive through the Pennines in the longest tunnel. The South Pennines is a region of moorland and hill country in northern England lying towards the southern end of the the west it includes the Rossendale Valley and the West Pennine is bounded by the Greater Manchester conurbation in the west and the Bowland Fells and Yorkshire Dales to the north.

To the east it is fringed by the towns of West Yorkshire whilst to the south. An illustrated guide to 30 circular walks of outstanding beauty and interest. Author: Jack Keighley; Publisher: Cicerone Press Limited ISBN: Category: Sports & Recreation Page: 72 View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The 30 circular walks in this guidebook cover the South Pennines, the expanse of hill country that straddles the Lancashire / Yorkshire border between the Yorkshire Dales.

Crook Hill is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Derbyshire, England. Crook Hill is metres high with a prominence of 33 metres. The summit can be identified by: rock outcrop Additional Notes: All the walks up.

A stunning new book reflecting the beauty of the South Pennines has been published by local author and photographer, Helen Shaw. Armed with notebook and camera, she spent 18 months researching and travelling, taking magnificent photographs along the mile Pennine chain to reflect on the glories of England’s backbone.

The Trail follows the Pennines – it is hilly and in places remote. Some sections are harder than others. Know your limitations – the first couple of days on the Pennine Way are quite hard and if you are unprepared may be a bit much – do a few weekends hill walking in preparation.

Kate Lycett is raising funds for Kate Lycett - Lost Houses of the South Pennines Book on Kickstarter. A beautifully bound and printed book showing the paintings, stories and images found in the research for the Lost Houses project. Coming June Day Walks in the South Pennines features 20 circular walks between 5 and 18 miles (8km and 29 km) in length, spread across West Yorkshire, Lancashire and Greater Manchester.

Researched and written by knowledgeable and experienced author Paul Besley, the walks range from gentle rambles to more challenging day walks, all through striking and varied terrain. The South Pennines - a wild, wonderful and occasionally wuthering landscape at the place where Yorkshire and Lancashire collide.

A land of steep-sided valleys, heather-covered moorland, canals, reservoirs and packhorse trails. The people who live here describe it as 'spectacular', 'inspiring', 'breathtaking' and 'dramatic.'.

Hag Brow is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Knowsley, England. Hag Brow is 97 metres high with a prominence of 11 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: Formerly thought to be Knowsley UA joint top, but hill is 3m higher (Jan ) All the walks up Hag.

Fabric of the hills: The interwoven story of textiles and the landscape of the South Pennines [Pridmore, Elizabeth Jane] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Fabric of the hills: The interwoven story of textiles and the landscape of the South Pennines.Merlin: The Pennines are one of the Merlin’s best breeding grounds but you’ll be lucky just to catch a glimpse of the compact figure of Britain’s smallest bird of prey swooping just over the sprigs of heather.

Dunlin and Golden Plover: Be on the look out for these two waders that breed almost exclusively on the high moors here. Dunlin are a very elusive species but the best place to find.Wilpshire Moor is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Lancashire, England.

Wilpshire Moor is metres high with a prominence of 44 metres.