Called ‘The Backbone of England’ and stretching from the North Midlands to Hadrians Wall, The Pennines are the country’s longest range of hills. Home to mysterious moorlands, ingenious industrialists and secret stone age sites.
Including Ilkley Moor, Gordale Scar, and Norber Erratics
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