VARIOUS STUFF - PEAK
DISTRICT SNOW 5th & 6th MARCH 2005
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2 cross country skiers set off from the Snake Pass on 5th March, note the size of the drift covering the fence!
a snow filled peat 'grough' near Mill Hill. Most of the snow was frozen hard enough to walk on but now and again you'd sink in snow up to your waist
yes, that is a tent! And there really was someone inside
the north edge of Kinder disappearing under an approaching snow storm
icicles in Ashop Clough
the famous A57 Snake Pass, which had only reopened the day before after over a week closed due to the snow. Snow was again drifting over the road in the wind
another view on the Snake Pass
6th March and drifts still remain from the snow of 10 days before at Windgather rocks near Kettleshulme in Cheshire
a sunny view from Derbyshire Bridge (above Buxton) looking to the Cat & Fiddle pub (just visible on the skyline to the left) and the 559 metre high Shining Tor, highest point in Cheshire. 6th March 2005.
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