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In the landscape

Pen-y-ghent

The smallest of the Yorkshire Three Peaks at 694m (2,277 feet), it's name may mean 'Hill on the border' or 'Hill of the Border country' (Celtic) or 'Hill of the winds' (Welsh).

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Ingleborough

At 723m (2,372ft), Ingleborough is the second highest of the Yorkshire Three Peaks but is probably most people's favourite with the interesting route up from Clapham providing a great scene-setter for the fine views from the top.

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