Edale Valley Wall Map

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Dear customers, We have decided to pause our shop for a trial period.

The events of this year have for us meant a surge of demand in our other business, in which we make products for the rock climbing industry. Having given it a lot of thought, at this time we feel it is best to focus on one area rather than to divide our time between the two businesses.

We know how much our customers enjoy our products, many of you having purchased from us a number of times. Our products have always been inspired by your ideas and explorations. We are truly grateful for your support over the years, and we are sorry not to be able to provide you with our bespoke products for this period.

We hope to re-launch in a few months with some fresh ideas and a refined range of beautiful map products.

£119.00

The Edale Valley Wall Map is carved from solid maple and engraved with a sharp, clean map design. It is 30cm square and can be easily hung on the wall.

We use FSC certified staved maple, formed from several solid pieces. This is then carved to shape based on Ordnance Survey height data. The map is also based on OS data and is engraved onto the shaped surface. It is carefully finished with a natural blend of oils and waxes.

As well as being the start of the Pennine Way (the official start is the Old Nag’s Head, a former smithy dating back to 1577), the village is surrounded by walking country which is excellent in its own right. The village is surrounded by hills: the plateau of Kinder Scout to the north, where the highest point in the parish is found, the Great Ridge (running west to east between Rushup Edge over Mam Tor to Lose Hill) to the south and east, Win Hill to the east (outside the parish), and Dalehead (Brown Knoll, Horsehill Tor and Colborne) to the west.

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The Edale Valley Wall Map is carved from solid maple and engraved with a sharp, clean map design. It is 30cm square and can be easily hung on the wall.

We use FSC certified staved maple, formed from several solid pieces. This is then carved to shape based on Ordnance Survey height data. The map is also based on OS data and is engraved onto the shaped surface. It is carefully finished with a natural blend of oils and waxes.

As well as being the start of the Pennine Way (the official start is the Old Nag’s Head, a former smithy dating back to 1577), the village is surrounded by walking country which is excellent in its own right. The village is surrounded by hills: the plateau of Kinder Scout to the north, where the highest point in the parish is found, the Great Ridge (running west to east between Rushup Edge over Mam Tor to Lose Hill) to the south and east, Win Hill to the east (outside the parish), and Dalehead (Brown Knoll, Horsehill Tor and Colborne) to the west.

Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 30 × 30 × 4 cm