A little bit of Shropshire goodness for you to be going on with.
Mind you, flying over the Stiperstones has its dangers:
She followed his pointing finger and saw briefly in the moonlight a small aeroplane against a shifting background of cloud. It was swooping low in silence, but soon rose sharply as the engines roared again, and disappeared over the tree-tops in the direction of the mountain.
"But he can't land on the Stiperstones," Peter said. "It's too rough up there. It would turn over at once."
Malcolm Saville The Neglected Mountain (1953)