Winnat Pass (the name is a corruption of 'wind gates') is in the High Peak area of  Derbyshire. It lies in the National Trust's High Peak Estate. The road winds through a cleft, surrounded by towering limestone pinnacles. The narrowness of the road and its 20%  grade has caused it to be closed to vehicles such as buses and coaches.  The road regularly features in the Tour of the Peak cycle race each autumn.

Winnat Pass, Derbyshire, England photo via robert Holiday Challenge--Beautiful places inspire me to create healthly delicious foods, so I can go down many roads.

Plitvice Lakes National Park - the largest national park in Croatia

Beautiful view, National park Plitvice lakes in Croatia. This is truly one of my favorite places on earth!

~Millook, Cornwall, England - Neville Stanikk Photography~

~Millook, Cornwall, England - Neville Stanikk Photography~ Was this house once in an episode of "Wycliffe"?

Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, UK seat of the Dukes of Devonshire. Chatsworth dates from the 16th century

Honey-toned regal Chatsworth House next to the River Derwent. Photo by Darren Galpin Photography.

Higher Sharpnose Point, Morwenstow, Cornwall, England

Higher Sharpnose Point, Morwenstow, Cornwall, England // Travel Inspiration, Guides & Tips

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