The Holme Valley, stretching south from Huddersfield, is punctuated by characterful little villages, traditionally reliant on the textile industries, including Holmfirth, now more widely known as the 'Last of the Summer Wine' town. To those approaching the National Park via the Holme Valley, the village of Holme is almost the last outpost of civilisation on the A6024. Beyond Holme the 12-mile drive to Glossop takes motorists through some of the wildest country in the north. No wonder this road, along with the Snake Pass a few miles to the south, is one of the first to get snowed up each winter.
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