The walk is along simple well laid footpaths most of the way and the ascents are fairly easy.
You will head over Mam Tor then follow the crest of The Great Ridge who's grand profile separates the beautiful Hope and Edale Valleys until you reach its end at Lose Hill, another hill with an interesting history.
Most people fall in love with Skiddaw after admiring its iconic pyramid shaped bulk from the popular town of Keswick, at the foot of the mountain.
This route takes advantage of the Lattrig car park, already at three hundred metres above sea level, taking away the need to ascend a third of the mountains height.
It is one of three summits on this plateau above 2,000 feet, the others being Bleaklow Stones, some 1.9 miles to the east along an indefinite ridge, and Higher Shelf Stones, 0.9 miles south of Bleaklow Head.
Bleaklow includes the most easterly point in the British Isles over 2,000 feet. Grindslow Knoll is the high point at the western side of Grindsbrook Clough that looks across to the Nab on the east.
Many of the high places conjure up thoughts and fancies for visitors to the area such as the rock outcrops of the Roaches and Stanage Edge while others have appealing profiles like Chrome Hill, Parkhouse Hill, Win Hill and Mam Tor.
There is more contrast too for the higher ones like Kinder Scout and Bleaklow are on extensive moorland plateaus. It would make for a fascinating and diverse challenge to bag all the high spots in this list, 27 in all, for when the list has been ticked off you will have walked in many different environments and seen many interesting places.
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