Black Brook

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300 acres of open moorland and conifer plantation.

The moorland and moorland fringe habitats at Black Brook and the surrounding Leek Moors provide important habitats for a variety of breeding birds.


Look closely and you should be able to pick out different plants like bilberry, cowberry and crowberry, and even more than one variety of heather.


Walk to the hill at Gib Torr rocks and take in the wonderful views across this special moorland landscape.

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Peak District, Staffordshire, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Variants:
Leek Moors, Gib Torr, Gib Torr Rocks, Brund Hill

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Travelling north from Leek on the A53 turn left onto a minor road at the Royal Cottage public house. Continue along this road following a sharp left-hand bend in two thirds of a mile, about 200m

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Free

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