Walk up to the Bleaklow plateau.
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Calculate the time using Naismith’s Rule and factor in your own pace.
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Wildboar Clough, Bleaklow, and Black Hill Route Map and GPX Download
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Wildboar Clough, Bleaklow, and Black Hill Details
A long and enduring hike in the Peak District, ascending Bleaklow via Wildboar Clough before circling back and following the main Pennine Way trail to Black Hill. Due to the waterfalls on Wildboar Clough, and the terrain on the top of Bleaklow and Black Hill, this is a walk best done after a dry spell. It’s well worth the effort as the views are outstanding.
The full description of this challenging and scenic route can be found on the original authors website by clicking the below link: