Monday, 8 December 2014

Kinder Letterboxes – 06 December

A Rucksack Club walk over Kinder to find some of the “Kinder Letterboxes” – the letterboxes are containers, often plastic boxes, containing  a visitor’s book, stamp and an ink pad. The origin and, indeed, the age of the letterboxes are unknown and finding them provides a navigational challenge and a great day out if the weather is fine. Fine it was apart from an hour or so around lunchtime. Paul found four out of four and we all went home very happy.


20141206-1-kinder-10-EditMorning sun creeping towards Edale

20141206-2-kinder-14-EditFarm house below Kinder

20141206-3-kinder-16-EditGrindsbrook Clough

20141206-4-kinder-26-EditGrindslow Knoll

20141206-5-kinder-31Grindslow Knoll

20141206-6-kinder-34Crowden Brook

20141206-7-kinder-40-EditLooking down Crowden Brook

20141206-8-kinder-45Pig Rock

20141206-9-kinder-52Kinder River letterbox and stamp

20141206-10-kinder-65Mermaid Pool letterbox and stamp

20141206-11-kinder-71Emerging from Red Brook

20141206-12-kinder-73Letterbox near Red Brook

20141206-13-kinder-77-EditAt Kinder Low

20141206-14-kinder-91-EditLooking south west from near Kinder Low

20141206-17-kinder-99Letterbox at Swine’s Back

20141206-15-kinder-97-EditEdale (1)

20141206-16-kinder-98-EditEdale (2)

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