Snake Summit – is it worth stopping for a walk ?


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When driving over the A57 Snake Pass, one of the Manchester to Sheffield trans-Pennine routes the mountain tops of Kinder Scout and Bleaklow are visible either side but to be fair look some distance off. Many cars stop at the Snake summit top where the Pennine Way long distance footpath crosses the road , but most people don’t venture very far.

The Ashop Head end of Kinder Scout to the south is a good 45 mins to an hour walk away and during that time its fair to say the view is no different or even slightly obscured as the Pennine way, paved route, undulates over the moors. Long walks are best from this point but to have a second car at a destination e.g. In Edale or Hayfield to the South, Torside or Woodhead to the North almost essential.

Bleaklow is closer than Kinder and more inviting or at…

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