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Kinder Scout is a bleak [[moor]], which forms the highest part of [[Deryshire]], at 2088 feet.
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Kinder Scout is a bleak [[moor]], which forms the highest part of [[Derbyshire]], at 2087 feet. It is part of the Dark Peak area of the [[Peak District]] [[National Park]]<ref>[http://www.bbc.co.uk/derby/360/derbyshire_views/kinder_scout.shtml BBC - Derby - 360 Images - Kinder Scout]</ref>.
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In 1932 it was the subject of a mass trespass by ramblers, in an attempt to secure public access to the site and others like it across [[Britain]]<ref>[http://leisure.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/leisure/tscontent/editorial/holidaysanddaysout/2007/masstrespassonkinderscout.html explore! magazine - The Mass Trespass on Kinderscout]</ref>.
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Revision as of 13:36, 19 October 2007

Kinder Scout is a bleak moor, which forms the highest part of Derbyshire, at 2087 feet. It is part of the Dark Peak area of the Peak District National Park[1].

In 1932 it was the subject of a mass trespass by ramblers, in an attempt to secure public access to the site and others like it across Britain[2].

References

  1. BBC - Derby - 360 Images - Kinder Scout
  2. explore! magazine - The Mass Trespass on Kinderscout