DescriptionThe home of Heathcliffe and Nora Batty, the wild and wuthering South Pennines is where Yorkshire and Lancashire collide, a watershed landscape of great natural beauty which is home to proud and welcoming communities with a heritage of rugged farming and industrial hard graft. This collection of forty walks explores the steep-sided valleys, heather moorlands, craggy hills and gritsone villages which have inspired and attracted writers and artists for generations to this unspoilt upland haven just a stone's throw from some of northern England's largest towns and cities.
Pocket Mountains Ltd
1 August 2019
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