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Broadway Tower
The walk is generally relaxed, although there is a climb to reach the Tower. Most walks start in Broadway.

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Brown Willy
The summit of Brown Willy is the highest point of Bodmin Moor and of Cornwall as a whole.

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Cross Fell
Cross Fell is the highest of the Pennines, its vast summit looking out across the Vale of Eden to the Lakeland mountains. The summit is crossed by the Pennine Way.

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High Willhays
High Willhays is near the north western edge of Dartmoor, about 2.5 km south east of Meldon Reservoir and about 5 km south of the town of Okehampton. Although it is the highest point of the moor, it is relatively insignificant in comparison to most of the moor's tors, consisting of no more than a few low outcrops of rock along a north-south ridge.

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Hound Tor
Hound Tor is one of the most accessible tors in Dartmoor. The walk covers a range of locations from the farming areas of the lower moor, through woodland and out on the high, open moor with outstanding, panoramic views over Dartmoor.

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Kinder Scout
At 636 m (2,088 ft) above sea level Kinder Scout is the highest point in the Peak District, the highest point in Derbyshire, and the highest point in the East Midlands. It is accessible from the villages of Hayfield and Edale in the High Peak of Derbyshire.

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Leith Hill
The highest point in Surrey, with a well known cycle climb up the road nearby.

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Mam Tor
Mam Tor is near the top of Winnats Pass (a steep and narrow limestone gorge), forms the eastern end of Rushup Edge, and dominates the western end of the 'Great Ridge'. One of the most famous, beautiful and easy-to-reach ridgewalks in the Peak District.

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Margery Hill
A hard but rewarding walk along the eastern sides of Derwent and Howden Reservoirs before ascending to the Trig point on Margery Hill, the highest point in the county of South Yorkshire.

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Pen-y-ghent
The more direct route that traverses the southern 'nose' of the hill is the route usually taken by the those attempting The Yorkshire Three Peaks Superchallenge, as the walk is usually (but not exclusively) done in an anti-clockwise direction starting/finishing in Horton in Ribblesdale.

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Sheepstor (Sheeps Tor)
Sheeps Tor, from which the surrounding village is named, is a prominent outcrop about half a mile north east of the village. The walk is around 4 miles, and encompasses a little climb up to the tor and a nice climb down to the Roughtor plantation.

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The Cheviot
The Cheviot is the highest summit in the Cheviot Hills in the far north of England, only 2 km from the Scottish border. It is the last major peak on the Pennine Way, if travelling from south to north, before the descent into Kirk Yetholm.

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The Wrekin
The Wrekin can be accessed from the final junction on the M54 motorway (J7); the hill is then signposted. There is a well-used footpath up the side of the hill which has an entrance at the end of the road off the M54. There are two short but steep sections of ascent onto the main ridge but the views are outstanding on a clear day and well-worth the effort.

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Whernside
Whernside is a mountain in the Yorkshire Dales and is one of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, the other two being Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent. It is the highest point in the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, with the summit lying on the county border with Cumbria

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Win Hill
Win Hill lies north west of Bamford in the Derbyshire Peak District of England. At 462 m (1,516 ft), it is almost surrounded by the River Derwent to the east, River Noe to the south west and Ladybower Reservoir to the north, but a ridge running north west links it to Kinder Scout.

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Worcestershire Beacon
Worcestershire Beacon is the highest point of the range of Malvern Hills that runs approximately 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) north-south along the Herefordshire-Worcestershire border. The walk can be commenced from Great Malvern or Upper Wyche, and there are many clear paths to the summit.

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