Crowden-in-Longdendale is a village in Derbyshire.

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About Crowden-in-Longdendale

Crowden is a small and isolated village in the upland valley of Longdendale, on the A628 ManchesterSheffield Woodhead Pass road that crosses the Pennine moors from west to east. Crowden's main interest to travellers is as the traditional first-night stop on the northbound Pennine Way (EdaleKirk Yetholm, 268 miles). It lies 16 miles from the start point at Edale; the first day's walk crosses Kinder Scout and Bleaklow (the two highest hills in Derbyshire) before descending to the reservoirs of Longdendale. The village is also close to the west–east Trans Pennine Trail (SouthportHornsea, 207 miles), part of European walking route E8.


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