High Willhays
Near Nowhere! Taken By Dave Bellamy
High Willhays
High Willhays is the highest point in England south of the Peak District. The next highest point is Kinder Scout, which, at 636m is only 15m higher. Kinder Scout is 207.6 miles to the north north east of High Willhays.
The views are incredible from this point and make it well the effort of getting here. The southern outcrop is seen here flanked by North Hessary Tor on the left and Great Mis Tor on the right.
Edited September 28th 2009: While perusing T:UK I discovered that Black Hill in Herefordshire near Craswall is actually at 640m, and there is an unnamed peak nearby, everso slightly on the English side of the Welsh border, that sits at 703m.
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Date:
23 July 2008
(4102 Days Ago)

Time:
12:19:00

Camera:
Samsung Digimax L60

Easting/Northing:
258027,89208

Grid Reference:
SX580892

Latitude:
50.685012817383

Longitude:
-4.011531829834

Elevation:
621m

Direction:
185°

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