Padon Hill Monument, Pennine Way, Otterburn, Northumberland, UK - Stock Image

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The Pennine Way runs along the watershed between Redesdale and Tarset, passing this well known landmark on Padon Hill, near the village of Otterburn. Affectionately known as the 'Pepperpot', this 12-foot stone cairn is conical in its shape and was erected in 1903. Padon Hill's name is said to commemorate Alexander Peden, a Scottish Covenanter who is reputed to have preached his prophetic sermons in the late 17th century to groups of hardy followers huddled on the windy summit.

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