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Dan Q also wrote about this expedition on his blog. For more details and higher-resolution pictures, see this expedition's log at https://danq.me/2020/02/22/geohashing-expedition-2020-02-22-53-1/

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Sat 22 Feb 2020 in 53,-1:
53.0671245, -1.6771753

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Northern slopes of Haven Hill, near Bradbourne. (South end of the Peak District, North of Ashbourne.)



I'll be travelling North through England all day on 2020-02-22 and it's not a huge diversion to go and climb a hill as a break, so long as I set off early enough in the morning. We'll see...


It's a beautiful part of the world, the Peak District, although I could have picked a day when I'd be less-hampered by floods and wind. Nonetheless, I was able to climb a short way up Haven Hill, divert around an impromptu lake, and scramble into a thicket in order to reach the hashpoint at around 13:40. And to leave a "the Internet was here" sign at the nearest footpath.


  • Taken by GPSr, but I seem to have lost the charging/data cable for it. Will find at some point.



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