The Moors for the Future charity has produced a series of audio trails that walkers can use to help get the most out of their experience of visiting the wild uplands of the High Peak.
People who love to go walking
on Bleaklow and Black Hill can now download the mp3 audio apps for each, ensuring they learn more about the second and third highest peaks in the Peak District national park.
The Moors for the Future website lists several other locations for which no audio is yet in place, but those who enjoy Kinder Scout, Marsden Moor, Edale and Hathersage may expect to be able to enjoy audio guides to these in due course, among others.
Bleaklow reaches 2,077 ft above sea level and is notoriously hard to navigate on in bad weather due to its flat terrain.
However, it does have some well-known features, such as the kissing stones, weather-worn tors that look like two heads about to touch lips.
The hill also features the wrecks of several crashed aircraft.