Records of year-round snow surviving at Eldon Hole, Peak District

Eldon Hole in April 2011. Picture by Keith Sharples (http://keithsharplesphotography.co.uk/blog/blog/PhotooftheMonth2011/_archives/2011/5/8/4812328.html)
Caver Steve Sharp stands beside a massive plug of snow in Eldon Hole, 20 June 2010. It is highly likely that this snow persisted till winter 2010/11. (Photo by Steve Sharp)

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I write about snow, and occasionally other stuff.

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