The pennines are a low-rising mountain range, separating the north west of england from yorkshire and the north east.


The pennines are a low-rising mountain range, separating the north west of england from yorkshire and the north east.

Often described as the "backbone of England", they form a more-or-less continuous range stretching from the Peak District in Derbyshire, around the northern and eastern edges of Greater Manchester, through the Yorkshire Dales past the Cumbrian Fells to the Cheviot Hills on the Anglo-Scottish border. North of the Aire Gap, the Pennines give out a western spur into Lancashire, the Forest of Bowland, and south of the gap is a similar spur, the Rossendale Fells and the West Pennine Moors – From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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