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The summit of Scald Law in the Pentland Hills

A superb walk up on to Scald Law via Loganlea Reservoir and the shapely pairing of East and West Kip.

Winter Hill towering above Belmont. Winter Hill is the highest point in the area known as the West Pennine Moors. When I was tall enough I could see this view from Nanna's kitchen sink - wonderful

Winter Hill is one of the best known and, thanks to its array of masts, one of the most recognisable Pennine hills in Lancashire.

Pentland Path    This view is from just off the summit of West Kip, looking past East Kip to the main ridge featuring Scald Law, the highest point of the Pentland Hills just South of Edinburgh. The well-worn path can be seen as it makes it's way up to the main ridge walk.  Photo by Allan Old.

This view is from just off the summit of West Kip, looking past East Kip to the main ridge featuring Scald Law, the highest point of the Pentland Hills just South of Edinburgh. The well-worn path can be seen as it makes it's way up to the main ridge walk.

Two of the three cairns on Crooked Edge Hill, somewhat confusingly marked on the map as Two Lads  In addition to all the features above Winter Hill is also supposed to be one of the few places where one can see the summits of four different National Parks (the Peak District, Yorkshire Dales, Lake District and Snowdonia). Unfortunately on my visit the visibility wasn't fantastic but there were still some good views north and east to other West Pennine Moors.

Winter Hill is one of the best known and, thanks to its array of masts, one of the most recognisable Pennine hills in Lancashire.

Cold Law trig point in the Cheviot Hills.

Cold Law trig point in the Cheviot Hills.

The trig point on Middleton in the Howgill Fells.

A super walk above and into the northern Howgill valley of Langdale visiting numerous summits including Simon's Seat.

Spot the trig point in this hedge in the Howardian Hills

A gentle ramble up on to Coneysthorpe Banks provided a pleasant introduction to walking in the Howardian Hills.

The summit of Murton Pike looking to Roman Fell in the #NorthPennines #AONB

The summit of Murton Pike looking to Roman Fell in the North Pennines.

The inaccessible trig point on Hildenley Heights in the Howardian Hills

A gentle ramble up on to Coneysthorpe Banks provided a pleasant introduction to walking in the Howardian Hills.

The stone trig on Caulkleys Bank in the Howardian Hills

A gentle climb on to the mini ridge of Caulkleys Bank was sandwiched by two lovely stretches alongside the River Rye.

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