Howden Edge

Howden Edge (grid reference SK187943) is a peak in the north-east of the Upper Derwent Valley area of the Peak District National Park in England. At 545 m (1,788 ft), it is the second-highest point in South Yorkshire, after Margery Hill. It is north-east of Howden Reservoir and north of Abbey Brook.

Coordinates: 53°26′43″N 1°43′12″W / 53.44514°N 1.71993°W

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Howden Edge from Nether Hey
Derwent Edge

Derwent Edge is a Millstone Grit escarpment that lies above the Upper Derwent Valley in the Peak District National Park in the English county of Derbyshire. An Ordnance Survey column marks the highest point of the Edge at Back Tor (538 metres, 1765 feet). North of Back Tor the edge extends into Howden Edge and enters the county of South Yorkshire.

Howden (disambiguation)

Howden can refer to:

PlacesHowden, East Riding of Yorkshire, England

RNAS Howden, airship station, England

Howden-le-Wear, County Durham, England

Howden, Tasmania, Australia

Howden, Livingston, an area of Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland

Howden House (West Lothian)

Howden, Manitoba, a settlement in Canada

Howden Edge, a peak in the Peak District National Park, England

Howden Reservoir, EnglandPeopleBaron Howden, an Irish and British Peerage title

James Howden (1832–1913), Scottish engineer

James H. Howden (1860–1938), Canadian politician

Jim Howden (b. 1934), Australian rower

John Power Howden (1879–1959), Canadian MP

Jordan Howden, English rugby league footballer

Peter Howden (1911–2003), New Zealand cricketer

Quinton Howden (b. 1992), Canadian ice hockey player

Robert Howden (1917–2004), South African cricketer

Roger of Howden or Hoveden (fl. 1174-1201), a 12th-century English chronicler

Ron Howden (b. 1967), British Nordic skierCompaniesHowden, a manufacturer of heavy-duty air and gas handling equipment that merged with Charter Consolidated

Howden Insurance Brokers Limited, A specialist professional indemnity and directors' and officers' broker in London, UK

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