The Peak District was designated the UK’s first national park. Positioned between Manchester and Sheffield, Kinder Scout is known as Britain’s most popular ‘mountain’. It’s a beautiful yet featureless plateau, which was home to the Kinder Mass Trespass. It’s a symbol of the working class taking on the elite, it is enigmatic and treasured. This book is a celebration of a northern English mountain and our role in its creation.
- Kinder Scout, home to the Mass Trespass of 1932
- The social, political, cultural and ecological developments of Kinder
- A celebration of the people’s mountain
- 3 Year Alpine Bond