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Howden Edge (High Stones)

Howden Edge (High Stones) is a summit in the The Peak District region or range in England. Howden Edge (High Stones) is 550 metres high. All the walking routes up Howden Edge (High Stones) on Mud and Routes can be found below. The top can be identified by the small cairn. Other Notes: . Howden …

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Horse Stone Naze

Horse Stone Naze is a summit in the The Peak District region or range in England. Horse Stone Naze is 527 metres high. All the walking routes up Horse Stone Naze on Mud and Routes can be found below. The top can be identified by the tor. Other Notes: . Horse Stone Naze is a …

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Outer Edge

Outer Edge is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Sheffield, England. Outer Edge is 541 metres high with a prominence of 23 metres. The summit can be identified by: ground c 6m ENE of trig point Additional Notes: Ground to N and E may …

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Upper Hey

Upper Hey is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Sheffield, England. Upper Hey is 446 metres high with a prominence of 31 metres. The summit can be identified by: no feature Additional Notes: All the walks up Upper Hey on Mud and Routes can …

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Lodge Moor

Lodge Moor is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Sheffield, England. Lodge Moor is 409 metres high with a prominence of 51 metres. The summit can be identified by: small cairn c 20m from fence Additional Notes: All the walks up Lodge Moor on …

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Edge Mount

Edge Mount is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Sheffield, England. Edge Mount is 396 metres high with a prominence of 52 metres. The summit can be identified by: ground by trig point Additional Notes: 398m spot height on OS 25k maps is on …

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Whitwell Moor

Whitwell Moor is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Sheffield, England. Whitwell Moor is 359 metres high with a prominence of 32 metres. The summit can be identified by: grass mound 60m NW of trig point Additional Notes: grass mound is 1m higher than …

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Backmoor

Backmoor is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Sheffield, England. Backmoor is 226 metres high with a prominence of 40 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Backmoor on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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Parkwood Springs

Parkwood Springs is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Sheffield, England. Parkwood Springs is 173.3 metres high with a prominence of 50.8 metres. The summit can be identified by: no feature Additional Notes: 60m level ridge between viewing platform and concrete foundations to NNE …

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Wincobank

Wincobank is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Sheffield, England. Wincobank is 161 metres high with a prominence of 38 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Wincobank on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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Margery Hill

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 546 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 …

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