Sunday, 16 November 2014

Pinhaw Beacon

Location: North Yorkshire, near Skipton
Height: 388 metres (1,272 ft)
Summit Type: Grassy, Stoney, Rounded
Notable Summit Objects: Trig Point, Small Cairn
Range: Pennines
Description:
A typical wind swept moorland top. The path to the summit cuts through deep heather, you are then rewarded with some good views north west towards a distant Ingleborough, south west towards Pendle Hill. A lovely walk in a great wild location that's never too far from civilisation.
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