Just how many devil’s pots, holes and jumps are there, and why?
IN TIMES WHEN WILD places were feared and geographers had yet to decrypt the landscape for us, the superstitious folk of Britain came up with more imaginative origins for some of our most spectacular natural wonders. If it was suitably satanic in scale or terrible in form, then Old Nick was sure to be behind it. Wherever the Devil’s involved, you can be sure of an awe-inducing walk. We’re shining a light on the truths and legends behind ten superb Satanic strolls.