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There can’t be many views as far-reaching as this. George Fox climbed Pendle in 1652. He saw the silver line of sea bordering Lancashire and below him a vision of a multitude of followers, which led him to found the Quaker movement. Today, the panorama is still inspiring, with the addition of Blackpool Tower. On a rare, clear day you can make out the headland of Penmaenmawr in north Wales, and the Yorkshire Dales’ Pen-y-ghent, the hill of winds, and all the still wild country in between. The best ascent of this legendary hill is from the village of Barley.
Source: The Guardian