Edale to Kinder Scout

The walk from Edale to Kinder Scout (in The Peak District) is a walk like no other. This heart of Derbyshire has become my home from home for many years. The ‘Dark’ Peaks offers such an array of terrain, which provides an endless source and inspiration for many of the poems, artwork and soundscapes found here at 67 paintings.

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8 Replies to “Edale to Kinder Scout”

  1. bleak
    dramatic
    beautiful
    glorious and wow how those words edale to kinder scout hurl me back to my teenage years of walking there in the pouring rain and freezing cold.

  2. I love spending days up here with my father reconnecting with him, whose footsteps I follow… sometimes it feels bleak, desolate and cold, but it takes my breath away when the sunlight breaks through cloud,

  3. so many whispers your country has…
    I wandered I think each time I came…
    I always felt like I was had come home…
    Pendle Hill has always been in my dreams….
    it felt exactly like it did in my dreams…
    Beautiful Photos…Thank you for sharing….
    )0(

  4. I havent been there yet, but I do recall some years back that there was an archeological discovery at Pendle HIll, of a supposed Witch’s house – which dates back several hundred years. But according to the Lancashire archive records their only crime was being poor and begging for food. Apparently 12 local women were put on trial… and 10 were convicted!

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