Instead, I've got a few photos to share with you from an unexpected journey I made during our half term holiday (a couple of weeks ago). Twice!
The Peak District has two distinct regions; the southerly White Peak, which is limestone based and the northern Dark Peak, which has a gritstone base. Where the two meet, there is a series of edges, the longest of which is this one; Stanage Edge.
Mostly, the Edge is in Derbyshire, but its northern side forms the border with Yorkshire; Sheffield being only just over the hill. The highest point is High Neb, which stands 1,503' above sea level and each year, there is a race up to it from the nearby village of Hathersage.
Dating back as far as the Romans. there has been a packhorse route along the top of Stanage Edge, giving access for people and goods between Hope and Sheffield. These days it is popular with walkers, either as part of a longer distance hike or as an afternoon stroll requiring very little climbing, but giving that upland sense of freedom.
The views are fantastic; big open spaces.