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http://www.umhc.org.uk/gallery2/d/42469-6/album279.jpg Snowdonia is a region of north Wales and a National Park of 2170 square kilometers. Named after the highest peak in Wales, Snowdon, the park is around two hours from Manchester. This densely packed mountain range is a great area for all types of mountain activity, and lots of it!


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The Lake District is one of fourteen National parks in the United Kingdom. It lies entirely within [[Cumbria]], and is one of England's few mountainous regions. All the land in England higher than three thousand feet above sea level lies within the Park. The closest areas are around 2 hours away.


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http://www.umhc.org.uk/gallery2/d/88524-7/album_002.jpg The Scottish Highlands include the rugged and mountainous regions of Scotland north and west of the Highland Boundary Fault. The Great Glen divides the Grampian Mountains to the southeast from the Northwest Highlands. The Highlands are popularly described as one of the most scenic regions of Europe.


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http://www.umhc.org.uk/gallery2/d/60576-5/album18.jpg The Pennines are a mountain range in England. Often said to be the "backbone of England", they form an unbroken range stretching from the Peak District in the Midlands, through the Yorkshire Dales, parts of Greater Manchester, the West Pennine Moors of Lancashire and Cumbrian Fells to the Cheviot Hills on the Scottish border. Their total length is about 250 miles (400 km).


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Other Areas which aren't regularly visited by the club but which club members visit on their own trips.
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