Kemp's Hill. From the north-western end of the bridleway to the north.
Yr Aran from Bwlch Cwm Llan. Looking south from the lower slopes of the South Ridge of Snowdon.
|Title||Giant's Hole. From "Caves and Karst of the Peak District" (BCRA Cave Studies Series No. 3): "the most extensive of the Perryfoot swallet caves with over 4000m of passage. The first 300m is easy walking in the streamway and impressive stalactite-decorated avens can be seen above." I entered the cave for 50m or so before my head torch started fading and I retreated to daylight. A "trespass fee" of £2 is payable at a booth near Peakshill Farm to visit the cave, which lies on private land. See http://www.hitchnhike.co.uk/pdc/cave_guide_giants_hole.htm for more information.|
|Photo's author||Dave Dunford User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||17 Jun 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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Inside Giant's Hole. Looking back towards the entrance. The first 300m of Giant's Cave (to the 6m Garland's Pot) can be explored without specialist equipment. A "trespass fee" of £2 is payable via an …
Giant's Hole. From "Caves and Karst of the Peak District" (BCRA Cave Studies Series No. 3): "the most extensive of the Perryfoot swallet caves with over 4000m of passage. The first 300m is easy walkin…
Top of Winnatts
The dry valley below Giant's Hole, looking WSW towards Peakshill. A £2 "trespass fee" is payable to visit the cave.
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Rock door. I don't know whether this is a natural cave that has been "adapted", or for what purpose the door was fitted. It lies to the west of the Peakshill Farm entrance track on private land below …
B6061 towards Sparrowpit
Farmland south of Rushup Edge
A cold, misty day in the Peak District From below the summit of Mam Tor this photograph is looking across Windy Nick (where the road cuts through into the Vale of Edale) towards Peakshill. The hill in…
Rushup Edge from the slopes of Mam Tor
The B6061 at Middle Hill