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Cist, Minning Low

Minning Low is the largest and most prominently sited cairn in the Peak District, 2km to the west of Aldwark. Surrounded by a beech plantation 500m to the east of The High Peak Trail between the villages of Parwich and Elton, it is a landmark for miles around. Measuring 34m by 44m, the cairn consists of at least four chambers and has undergone a number of construction phases. The Low originally be…