Monuments Near Halifax But Not In Wales

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    Ogden Water - 3 Miles (2.6)
    There are 2 circular walking paths which are thornton moor reservoir path and nab hill cairns circu…Similar
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    There are two routes at the reservoir. One is 4.5 miles long and crosses rough pasture, moorland an…Similar
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    Victoria Tower - 6 Miles
    Access to the tower is by steep uneven paths. In the Middle Ages there was a castle on the hill, of…Similar
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    Baildon Moor - 9 Miles
    739 Acres (299 hectares) of grassy moorland, including an area of woodland with a stream. There are…Similar
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    Ilkley Moor - 13 Miles
    1,855 Acres (751 hectares) of heather, rough grass and bracken on a mainly north facing sloping sit…Similar
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    Hartshead Pike - 14 Miles
    The tower that is on the site today was built in 1863. The grasslands and dry stone walls are home …Similar
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    Holcombe Moor - 18 Miles
    Peel Tower stands on Holcombe Hill and its 148 steps can be climbed when the tower is open, the tow…Similar
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    High Peak Estate - 23 Miles (6.7)
    High Peak Estate extends over vast areas of outstanding walking country. Great walking country thr…Similar
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    Malham Tarn - 27 Miles
    A popular Dales' beauty spot set amid rolling hills and rugged moorland.. Highest lake in England -…Similar
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    White Nancy - 29 Miles
    Perched on a hilltop overlooking Bollington is a white landmark, a folly, called White Nancy. In 19…Similar
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    In the churchyard of St Peters Church are the remains of a Saxon cross which was found built into t…Similar
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    The West Park Crosses are three Saxon circular pillar crosses dating from the late 9th to early 10t…Similar
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    Five Wells - 32 Miles
    Five Wells are two limestone tombs lieing next to each other on top of a hill. There were originall…Similar
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    Buckden Pike - 33 Miles
    An energetic walk to the top of Buckden Pike will reward walkers with fabulous 360 degree panoramic…Similar
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    The ancient stone circle believed to be of Bronze Age origin and the kerbstones of a ring cairn, lo…Similar
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    Hob Hursts House - 35 Miles (6.7)
    A square prehistoric burial mound with an earthwork ditch and outerbank. It is unique in that inste…Similar
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    Arbor Low - 37 Miles (6.7)
    The region's most important prehistoric site, Arbor Low is a Neolithic henge monument atmospherical…Similar
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    Stanton Moor - 38 Miles
    Stanton Moor is where prehistoric people lived and buried their dead over 3,500 years ago. Burial …Similar
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    A small early Bronze Age stone circle of (actually) ten stones, traditionally women petrified for d…Similar
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    Bridestones - 39 Miles
    The few remaining stones of this once great monument still stand along the line of the Cheshire / S…Similar
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    This charming cottage-like 17th-century conduit house once suppliedwater to Bolsover Castle. Recent…Similar
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    Kilburn Woods - 42 Miles
    Woodland around the cliffs of the Sutton Bank and Roulston Scar to White Horse Bank. Kilburn White …Similar
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    Sandbach Park - 43 Miles
    Sandbach Park is located in the heart of Sandbach town centre adjacent to the library. The Park c…Similar
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    Middleton Top is home to the sole survivor of nine engine houses that once stood at the top of ever…Similar
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    The 8th or 9th century ruins built of sandstone rubble, stands on the cliff tops above Half Moon Ba…Similar
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