Sunset at Windgather Rocks looking out over the surrounding countryside and across the valley to the urban sprawl of Manchester. As the name suggests it really was incredibly windy, with constant passing storms.
About Windgather Rocks:
Windgather Rocks, standing at 416 metres are a series of gritstone crag on the Derbyshire–Cheshire border of the Peak District National Park. Well known for their exposure to the wind as their name suggests, the rocks provide a popular site for learning the challenges of of rock climbing. The crags are part of a north–south ridge that starts between Kettleshulme and Whaley Bridge, finishing at Shining Tor.
You can find more about Windgather Rocks here.
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