United Kingdom Parkhouse Hill

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James Grant

About this spot
The Peak District is a strange name for a National Park consisting of moors, tors and flat tops. Nestled in the Upper Dove Valley, though, are the two true peaks of Chrome Hill and Parkhouse Hill. Both of the hills are reef knolls, once submerged under water in the Carboniferous period.

Parkhouse Hill, while being the smaller of the two offers more of an experience with a narrow ledged walk with exposed views from the top.

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