United Kingdom Shutlingsloe

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James Grant

About This Spot

Shutlingsloe is one of the most distinctive
hills within the Peak District. It is often
referred to locally as ‘The Matterhorn of
Cheshire’ due to its shapely ridge rising
steeply from certain angles. If you have ever driven over the Cat and Fiddle road you will have no doubt seen this magnificent hill, providing low cloud over the tops didn’t hamper your view!

The view from the top is also one of the best in the Peak District; standing proudly above anything else nearby, it affords a 360 degree view from the top. However, great views don’t always make great photographs and the location will challenge your compositional abilities.

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