I'm scared at the erosion damage off paths but the walks are unparallelled in the brilliantly accessible Peaks. Kinder is the place to see amazing views of all corners of the national park. Unlike the other ranges in the UK, it's beautiful rather than awesome. However it's part of Manchester and East Midlands cultural history and anyone can come to Edale by train and do the 45 min stroll to the huge plateau. I am a casual birder and with no stopping or binoculars we saw pippets, curlew, hares, hen harriers, kestrel, larks, quail, black and red grouse, all the finches and (long tailed/great/blue/marsh tsit apparently these cuties are too rude for tripadvisor), all just there enjoy. Go see it before it dries out or erodes completely.
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