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Houndkirk Road
Houndkirk Moor
England
Sheffield
Peak District National Park
Houndkirk Hill
'Millstone Grit Series'
Namurian
geology
rocks
Houndkirk Edge
Chatsworth Grit


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Path to Houndkirk Hill

Path to Houndkirk Hill
A walk on Houndkirk Moor 5

A cool morning with frequent showers, clearing to sunshine by afternoon.

Houndkirk Hill (elevation 389 m) is a compact feature with a prominent scarp edge facing north west. The scarp edge is an outcrop of Namurian age ('Millstone Grit Series') Chatsworth Grit.

The distant scarp edge on the right skyline is informally known as Houndkirk Edge, although not named on the Ordnance Survey maps. It is composed of a lower stratigraphic bed of Chatsworth Grit.

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