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ID        Name                                         DiffGrade   DistGrade Miles     Area
      1   Castleton Circular                                   A   1                 8        1
      2   Wonderful Worral Wanderer                            B   1                 9        3
      3   Howden Reservoir                                     C   3                14        1
      4   The Barrel at Bretton and Lots of Lows               B   2                10        2
      5   Festive Turkey Twizzler                              A   1                 7        4
      6   Donny Delight                                        A   1                 8        5
      7   Chapel Gate Chase                                    C   3                14        1
      8   Mad Marsden March                                    C   2                12        4
      9   Messing About on the Moors                           B   2                 9        1
     10   Roche Abbey Amble                                    A   1                 8        5
     11   Last Trundle in Paris                                B   2                11        4
     13   Robin Hood Limestone Lollop                          A   2                 8        2
     14   Staveley Stagger                                     B   1                11        2
     15   Goyt Valley Gallivant                                B   2                11        2
     16   Sugar and Spice and all things Wett                  A   2                 8        2
     17   Hope Valley High Ground                              C   2                13        1
     18   Bradfield Reservoir Round                            A   1                 7        1
     19   South Pennine Pilgrimage                             B   3                11        4
     20   Alport, Bleaklow and Howden Moorlands Extravaganza C     3                18        1
     21   Ulley-oop and Onwards                                A   1                 7        5
     22   I Saw Three Ships from Totley Moor                   C   2                16        1
     23   Tidings from Tideswell                               B   2               9.5        2
     24   Park House Premiere                                  C   2                15        2
     25   Witherns Moor Wander                                 B   2                10        1
     26   Wharncliffe Walkabout                                B   2                11        3
     27   The Walkley to Win Hill Wonder                       C   2                14        1
     28   The Jackson Bridge First of the Summer Beer          C   1                12        4
     29   Matlock Marvel                                       A   2                 7        2
     30   Bolsterstone and Broomhead                           B   2                10        3
     31   Lyme Park Parade                                     B   1                 9        6
     32   Lathkill Lollop                                      A   1                 7        2
     33   Kinder Surprise                                      C   3                17        1
     34   All the Alports                                      B   3                11        1
     35   Holymoorside Pilgrimage                              A   1                 7        1
     36   Stanage Anniversary Walk                             A   1                 7        1
     37   White Peak Extravaganza                              C   1                16        2
     38   Shutlingsloe Shuffle                                 B   2                 9        2
     39   The Roaches Rollercoaster                            C   2                14        6
     40   Tilting at Denby Windmills                           C   1                12        4
     41   River Derwent Delight                                B   2                11        2
     42   White Edge Waltz                                     A   1                 6        2
     43   Black Hill Boneshaker                                C   2                14        1
     44   Linacre Reservoir and Hewetts Bank                   B   2                 9        0
     45   Bleaklow Aircraft Explorer                           C   3                12        1
     46   Wortley Wanderlust                                   C   1                12        4
     47   Monsal Meander                                       A   2                 8        2
     48   Edale Skylines                                       C   3                17        1
     49   Dovedale Delight                                     A   2                 7        2
     50   Sherwood Shuffle                                     B   1                10        0
     51   South Pennine Pilgrimage (2)                         C   3                17        4
     52   Bolsterstone Bimble                                  A   1                 6        3


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 53   Eastern Edge Extravaganza                          C   1        17   1
 54   Combs Charmer                                      A   2         8   6
 55   Chrome Hill Cakewalk                               B   2        10   2
 56   Western Kinder Wilderness                          C   3        12   1
 57   Manifold Meander                                   A   3         8   2
 58   Bread Salt and Beer at the Strines                 A   2         8   1
 59   Lathkilldale and Bradfordale                       A   2         8   2
 60   Finkle Street Fancy                                A   2         8   3
 61   Sculpture and Culture Shenanigans                  A   1         5   4
 62   Derbyshire Stately Homes                           C   1        15   5
 63   High Back Tor Traverse                             C   3        13   1
 64   Castleton Christmas Lights                         A   2         8   2
 65   A Gander at Grenoside                              A   1         7   4
 66   Mosborough and Moss Valley Mooch                   B   2        10   2
 67   Edale Skyline - Winter Wonderland Version          C   3        12   1
 68   Bretton Barrelling                                 B   2         9   2
 69   Matterhorn of the Peaks Walk                       B   2        10   6
 70   Monsal Meanderings                                 A   1         8   2
 71   Kinder Grough Hop                                  C   3        12   1
 72   Hartington Amble                                   A   1         7   2
 73   Gadding About Cannon Hall                          B   1         9   4
 74   Mad March Hare                                     C   3        12   1
 75   Holmesfield Hop                                    C   1        14   2
 76   Bleaklow Blitz                                     C   3        16   1
 77   Eldon\
 78   Penistone Paramount                                B   1        11   4
 79   Hope Valley Hopping                                C   3        12   1
 80   Beeley Bimble                                      A   1         8   2
 81   Endcliffe Exit Extravaganza                        C   1        12   1
 82   The Sheltering Woods                               A   2         8   3
 83   Sparklow Saunter                                   B   1        10   2
 84   Larking About Langsett                             A   1         6   4
 85   Cruising Around Carsington                         A   1         8   2
 86   Rich\
 87   Derwent Edge Hardcore                              C   3        16   1
 88   Bleaklow Bog Blitz                                 C   3        14   1
 89   Goyt Valley Gamble                                 C   2        12   2
 90   Black Hill From Crowden                            A   3         8   1
 91   Bleaklow Backside                                  B   3        11   1
 92   Langsett Langwalk                                  C   3        13   4
 93   Dutch Doncaster\
 94   Shelley Welley Walk                                A1           8    4
 95   Holmesfield                                        A1           8    2
 96   Dovedale Jon\
 98   Rampant Roaches                                    C   3        12   6
 99   Return of Kinder Surprise                          C   3        17   1
100   Charms of Churnet Valley                           B   1        10   2
101   Bimbling Around Bradfield                          A   2         8   4
102   Darting Around Derwent                             C   3        16   1
103   Reservoirs and Rocks                               A   2         8   2
104   Fooling Around Foolow                              B   2         9   1
105   Chelmorton and Chee Dale                           A   2         8   2


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106   Combs Challenge                                    C   3        14   6
107   Win Hill Wanderer                                  B   2         9   1
108   Packing in the Peaks                               C   3        15   1
109   Stanton Moor Stagger                               A   2         8   2
110   An Eyeful of Emley                                 C   1        13   4
111   Lazy Lathkill Dale                                 A   2         8   2
112   Margery Madness                                    C   3        12   1
113   The North Face                                     C   3        14   1
114   Long \
115   Stefan\
116   Stanage Pole Dance                                 B   1        10   1
117   Black Hill and Crowden                             C   3        12   4
118   Mayfield Valley and Ringinglow                     A   1         6   3
120   Chinley to Edale via Kinder Scout                  C   3        12   1
121   Goyt Valley Round                                  B   3        11   2
122   Stanage Edge Moonlight Walk                        A   1         5   1
123   Win Hill                                           A   2         8   1
124   Monsal Dale                                        A   2         8   2
125   Edale Circuit                                      C   3        20   1
126   Stanton Moor and Robin Hood Stride                 B   2        10   2
127   Eyam Moor and Hucklow Edge                         B   2         9   2
128   Grenoside Round                                    A   1         6   3
129   Kinder Northern Edges                              C   2        12   1
130   Wyedale, Chelmorton and Cheedale                   B   2         9   2
131   Chatsworth and Edensor                             A   2         8   2
132   Matlock to Ashover and Back                        C   2        14   2
133   Literary Special                                   B   2        10   1
134   Hewitts Bank and Linacre Reservoir                 B   2         9   2
135   Holmfirth and Nora Batty                           A   2         0   4
136   Throwley Moor and Grindon                          B   2         9   6
137   Shutlingsloe and Hanging Gate                      C   2        13   2
138   Longstone Edge and Hassop                          A   2         7   2
139   Howden Moors                                       C   3        14   1
140   The Roaches                                        B   2        10   6
141   Bradfield and Back Tor                             B   2        10   1
142   Bleaklow monster                                   C   3        15   1
143   Millers Dale                                       A   1         8   2
144   Hope Valley Extravaganza                           C   2        12   1
145   The Peaks of the White Peak                        B   1        10   2
146   Kinder Western Edges                               B   2        11   1
147   Biggin Dale and Alstonefield                       A   2         8   2
148   Black Hill Bog Walk                                C   2        12   1
149   Win Hill and Lose Hill Double Peaker               B   3         9   1
150   Lazy Lathkilldale - Monyash                        A   1         8   2
151   Black Hill Bonebreaker                             B   2         9   1
152   Bradfield Easy Round                               A   2         8   1
153   The Kinder Killer                                  C   3        17   1
154   A Walk from Tideswell                              C   3        13   2
155   Todmorden Trek                                     B   2        11   4
156   Fox House to Baslow                                B   1         9   1
157   Derwent Valley Stomp                               C   3        14   1
158   Eldon\


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159   The Chinley to New Mills Experience                 C2        13   6
160   Pasty\
161   Penistone and Langsett                              C   2     15   4
162   Roger Walk                                          C   3     14   1
163   Barlow Bimble                                       A   1      7   2
164   Crowden and Rushup Edge Circuit                     B   2      9   1
165   Goyt Valley and Shining Tor                         B   2     10   6
166   Bleaklow Monster                                    C   1     15   1
167   Abney and the Barrel Inn                            B   2     10   2
168   Win Hill and Jaggers Clough                         B   2     10   1
169   Stanton Moor Witch Hunt                             B   2      9   2
170   Black Hill Bone Breaker (again)                     C   2     13   1
171   Wharncliffe Crags & Greno Wood Wonderful Wanderer   A   1      7   3
172   The Derbyshire Stately Homes Stumble                B   1     11   2
173   The Monsal Dale Medium Meander                      B   2     10   2
174   South Pennines Slog                                 C   2     16   4
175   Rivelin Explorer                                    B   2     10   3
176   The Wentworth Woodhouse Wonder                      A   1      7   2
177   The Great Ridge                                     A   2      8   1
178   The North East Moors                                C   2     15   1
179   Beeley Bugger All and Beer Bimble                   A   1      7   2
180   Froggatt Frog March                                 B   2     10   2
181   Access All Areas                                    C   3     14   1
182   Tankersley Trundle                                  A   2      8   3
183   Pleasley Pleaser                                    C   1     14   5
184   Win Hill Wander                                     A   2      8   1
185   Eastern Peak Promenade                              B   3     10   1
186   The Sheffield Round Walk                            C   1     14   3
188   Stainboro\
189   Capering in Clumber                                 B   1      9   0
190   Hankering for Hathersage                            C   1     12   1
191   Kinder Klassic                                      C   3     12   1
192   Hunters Bar to Hathersage Hostelries Hike           B   1     11   3
193   Gradback Gallivant                                  B   2     11   6
194   Mam Nick Marathon                                   C   3     15   1
195   Moorland Madness                                    C   3     15   1
196   Shining Tor Trek                                    B   2     11   6
197   All Aboard for Alport                               C   2     13   1
198   Wandering towards Winster                           A   2      8   2
199   Bollington Bonanza                                  C   2     14   6
200   Redmires Reservoir Ramble                           C   2     13   1
201   Hectic Hartington                                   C   2     12   2
202   Lolloping around Linacre Wood                       A   2      7   1
203   Penistone Boundary Walk                             C   2     16   4
204   Julious\
205   Denby Dale Pie Trail                                A   1      5   4
206   Last of the Summer wine walk                        B   2      9   4
207   Roaches and Roundabouts                             C   3     13   6
208   Saddle Up for Saddleworth                           B   2     10   1
209   Western Wanderings                                  B   1      9   3
210   Stones Beer and Tea                                 A   1      7   2
211   Hectic Hartington (2)                               B   1     11   2


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212   Thurgoland Boundary Walk                           A1             8    4
213   Woods Moors and Edges                              B2            11    1
214   The Royal Oak and Thor\
215   Heading For Hope                                   C   2         13    1
216   Edale Extravaganza                                 A   3          7    1
217   Highs and Lows Around Strines                      B   2         10    1
218   Kinder Backside                                    B   3         11    1
219   Riber Castle and Cromford                          A   2          8    6
220   Deep Down in De Dales                              B   2         11    2
221   Chapel Gate Chase                                  C   3         14    1
222   Brilliant Boot Bashing Bolsover Bimble             B   1         10    5
223   Kings Tree Trek                                    B   3         11    1
224   Delightful Dovedale                                C   2         12    2
225   Edale expedition                                   B   3          9    1
226   Ring O Ring O Redmires                             A   1          7    3
227   Strenuous Strines Stalk                            C   2         12    1
228   Grindsbrook Grind                                  A   3          6    1
229   Ambling Around and about Abney                     B   2         10    2
230   Ravens Millers and Monks                           A   1          6    2
231   Curber to Calver                                   A   2          7    2
232   Circular from Low Bradfield                        B   3         12    1
233   Foxes and Fleur de Lys                             B   1          9    3
234   Robin Hood And the Monks                           A   1          8    5
235   Prairie Dog Scam                                   C   2         12    4
236   Crow Moon Eclipse Hike                             A   3          8    1
237   Fairholmes to Fox House                            C   2         14    1
238   Astounding Baslow, Chatsworth , Derwent Explorer   B   2         12    2
239   Cheesy Cheedale                                    A   2          7    2
240   Edale to New Mills                                 A   2          8    1
241   Hills \
242   Roger\
243   Beautiful Bakewell River Vista                     C   1          12   2
244   Hebden Bridge Stomp                                C   2          13   4
245   Bluebell Hunters Round Sheffield                   A   1           8   3
246   Wandering Towards Wirksworth                       B   2          11   6
247   Wentworth Walkabout                                B   1          10   4
248   The Better Boot Bashing Bolsover Bimble            B   1        11.5   5
249   Holmesfield Hike                                   B   1           9   2
250   Derwent Edge Lite                                  B   2          10   1
251   Frogmarch Froggatt (and back)                      A   1           5   2
252   The longest day                                    A   1           4   1
253   Discovering Dovedale                               A   2           8   2
254   Wharncliffe Woods and Crags                        A   1           4   3
255   Not the Limestone Way                              C   3          40   2
256   Acorn amble                                        A   2           6   3
257   Julious\
258   Andy Goldsworthy Exhibition                        A   1          5    0
259   Agden After Work Amble                             A   1          4    1
260   Barbrook Bash                                      A   1          4    2
261   Country pub crawl: Eyam Expedition                 B   1          9    2
262   Win Hill to Walkley                                C   2         12    1
263   Splice the mainbrace we\


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264   Goyt Valley Gambol                                C   2          12   6
265   Green Moor gander                                 A   1           5   3
266   Baslow Bimble                                     A   1           4   2
267   Canalside Capers                                  A   1         7.5   5
270   Honley Hobble                                     A   1         6.5   4
271   The Two Great Viaducts                            A   1           7   4
272   Adventurous American Amble                        B   2          11   4
273   Flocking to Thurlstone Woollen Mills              A   1           8   4
274   Cumberworth Clamber                               A   1           4   4
275   Stanage and Bleaklow from Eyam                    B   2          11   2
276   Snakes on a Path                                  B   2           9   1
277   Trails and Dales                                  C   1          16   2
278   Low Level Hope Valley Hop                         B   1          11   1
279   Fairholmes to Malin Bridge                        B   2        11.5   1
280   Reservoir Dogs                                    C   2          14   3
281   A Quiet Corner of the Peak District               B   2           9   1
282   Grindleford to Hare Knoll and Back                A   1           7   2
283   Hathersage Potter                                 A   1           8   2
284   The Barley Mow Experience                         B   2          11   2
285   Higger Tor from Hathersage                        A   1         5.5   1
286   Kinder from Castleton                             C   3          16   1
287   Walking to Wensley Dale                           B   2          10   2
288   Happy Howden Hobble                               C   3          17   1
289   From Dore to Eternity                             C   3          18   1
290   Chatsworth Tea Shop Trail                         A   1           5   1
291   TBC                                                                   0
292   Monsal Meanderings to Magpie Mine                 B   1          11   1
293   The Beast With Two Backs                          C   3          14   2
294   Trespass Trail                                    C   3          14   1
295   Stanage Trek IV: The Wrath of Humphrey            A   2           8   1
297   Karl S - Castleton                                A   1           5   2
298   Karl S - Edges                                    A   1         5.5   2
299   Stefan -Totley to Linacre                         C   2          13   1
300   Ring o\
301   Lodge Moor Circular                               A   1          8    1
302   The Weir Hunter                                   A   1          8    3
303   Chelmorton, Five Wells and Taddington             A   1          6    2
304   Yolanda 1                                         B   2         10    2
305   Yolanda 2                                         B   3          9    1
306   High Hoylander                                    B   2          9    4
307   One Flew Over the Cuckoo\
308   High Peak Junction Drifter                        C   2          13   1
309   Haunted Holmesfield                               A   1         5.5   3
310   Wanted in Sparrowpit                              B   2          11   2
311   Dales Direct                                      A   3           8   2
312   Brown Knoll and Chinley Churn                     C   3          13   1
313   Swanning about by the Canal                       A   1           8   5
315   Deepcar Circular                                  A   1           7   4
316   Yomping to Youlgreave                             B   2           9   2
317   Cutthroat Bridge Gauntlet                         A   2           6   1
318   Hiking Through Hassop                             A   2           7   2
319   Castelton Capers                                  A   2         4.5   1


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320   Edges Bonanza                                        C   2       13   1
321   Higher Shelf Stones & Bleaklow Head from Old Gloss   A   3        8   1
322   Stanage Clamber                                      B   2      8.5   1
323   Edale Escapades                                      C   3       16   1
324   A Noble Wander Around the Fitzwilliam Estate         A   1      6.5   2
325   February Canalside Crawl                             A   1        8   4
326   Heatherdene Yomp                                     B   2        9   1
327   Bakewell Bonanza                                     A   2        8   2
328   Langsett Circular                                    A   1        5   4
329   Grindleford to St Mary\
330   Matlock Bath Hike                                    B2        10.5   2




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Linear    StartGridRef   StartPlaceName                          EndGridRef
  FALSE   SK148829       Castleton Carpark
  TRUE    SK267925       Bus stop High Bradfield                 SK356946
  FALSE   SK173894       Fairholmes Car Park
  FALSE   SK216767       Eyam CP
  FALSE   SE229073       The George, Upper Denby
  FALSE   SE517034       Melton Wood CP
  FALSE   SK123853       Edale Station CP
  FALSE   SE046118       Visitor Centre CP. Marsden Station
  TRUE    SK216873       Cutthroat Bridge                        SK268925
  FALSE   SK523876       St John's Church, Laughton En Le Morthen
  FALSE   SE143084       Co-op CP, Holmfirth
  FALSE   SK194645       CP on Limestone Way nr. Youlgreave
  FALSE   SK438736       CP at Poolsbrook Farm
  FALSE   SK011748       CP at south end of Errwood Reservoir
  FALSE   SK095561       Wettonmill
  FALSE   SK173835       Hope Church
  FALSE   SK268925       Bradfield
  FALSE   SD995267       Railway station at Hebden Bridge
  FALSE   SK180885       2nd CP from A57 towards Fairholmes
  FALSE   SK466875       Ulley Church
  FALSE   SK304797       Cross Scythes pub, Totley
  FALSE   SK153758       Tideswell Cathedral
  FALSE   SK089649       Longnor Square
  FALSE   SE159025       Dunford Bridge CP
  FALSE   SK299994       the Upper Don Trail CP, off Finkle St Lane
  TRUE    SK330887       Walkley Cottage Pub                     Sk181833
  FALSE   SE229074       The George, Upper Denby
  FALSE   SK297602       Matlock Bridge CP nr. Railway Station
  FALSE   SK272968       Bolsterstone, by Church
  FALSE   SJ965846       Near. Disley Station
  FALSE   SK203664       CP at Over Haddon
  FALSE   SK124854       Edale Car Park
  FALSE   SK141896       Alport Bridge
  FALSE   SK338693       Holymoorside Village
  TRUE    SK231879       Moscar Lodge                            SK266803
  FALSE   SK259885       Calton Lees CP
  FALSE   SJ980681       CP on Clough Brook
  FALSE   SK998663       CP near Gradbach
  FALSE   SE229074       The George, Upper Denby
  FALSE   SK322595       The Tansley Tavern
  FALSE   SK267802       Fox House
  FALSE   SE109067       Digley Reservoir Car Park
  FALSE   SK336727       Linacre Reservoir Car Park
  FALSE   SK109914       Birchen Clough Car Park
  FALSE   SK308994       Opposite church in Wortley
  FALSE   SK185715       Monsal Head CP
  FALSE   SK181832       Hope Station
  FALSE   SK147509       Dovedale CP
  FALSE   SK623672       Edwinstowe CP
  FALSE   SD993288       Midge Hole CP
  FALSE   SK272968       Bolsterstone Church


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TRUE    SK231879   Moscar Lodge                            SK253724
FALSE   SK032798   Combs Reservoir CP
FALSE   SK088649   Longnor Village Square
FALSE   SK048869   Bowden Bridge CP
FALSE   SK109551   CP on Carr Lane, South-West of Wetton
FALSE   SK221909   CP at the Strines Inn
FALSE   SK194645   CP on Limestone Way
FALSE   SK298993   Upper Don Trail CP off Finkle Street Lane
FALSE   SE282132   Yorkshire Scupture Park
FALSE   SK461706   Bolsover Public CP
FALSE   SK217874   Cutthroat Bridge layby
TRUE    SK181832   Hope railway station                    SK149830
FALSE   SK324951   Public CP at Grenoside
FALSE   SK425813   Queens Hotel, Mosborough crossroads
FALSE   SK124854   Edale CP
FALSE   SK216767   CP at Eyam
FALSE   SJ973680   CP near Higher Nabbs
FALSE   SK185715   Monsal Head CP
FALSE   SK109914   CP at Birchen Clough
FALSE   SK127604   Hartington CP
FALSE   SK229074   The George, Upper Denby
TRUE    SE198016   Flouch Hotel                            SK204865
FALSE   SK321777   Holmesfield Church
FALSE   SK109914   Birchen Clough CP
FALSE
FALSE   SE248033   CP by Penistone Paramount Cinema, Shrewsbury Rd
FALSE   SK149830   Castleton CP
FALSE   SK259686   Carlton Lees CP
TRUE    SK331858   Victoria Statue, Endcliffe Park    SK208835
FALSE   SK330825   Millhouse Park CP (Abbey Lane End)
FALSE   SK128659   Sparklow CP on High Peak Trail
FALSE   SE212004   Langsett Barn CP
FALSE   SK249527   Sheepwash CP, just off B5035
FALSE
FALSE   SK172894   Fairholmes CP, in front of snack place
FALSE   SK109914   Birchen Clough CP on A57
FALSE   SK011784   CP in Goyt Valley Area
FALSE   SK073994   Crowden
FALSE   SK115998
TRUE    SE210004   Langsett Visitor Centre
FALSE
FALSE   SE196102   Shepley Station
FALSE   SK337782   Dronfield Woodhouse: car park off Pentland Road
FALSE
FALSE   SJ994603   Tittesworth Reservoir car park
FALSE   SK124854   Edale
FALSE   SJ982521   Cheddleton Steam Railway station
FALSE   SK263919   Bradfield CP
FALSE   SK173893   Fairholmes CP
FALSE   SE013035   CP at Dovestone Reservoir
FALSE   SK191768   Foolow
FALSE   SK112725   Layby on A6


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FALSE   SK032798   Combs reservoir CP
FALSE   SK172835   Hope Church
FALSE   SK233811   Hathersage Station
FALSE   SK259686   Carlton Lees CP
FALSE   SE229074   The George Upper Denby
FALSE   SK204665   Over Haddon CP
TRUE    SE198016   Flouch Hotel                          SK205865
FALSE   SK109914   Birchen Clough CP
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE   SK260829   Upper Burbage Bridge CP
FALSE   SK073994   Crowden Car Park
TRUE    SK283862                                           SK266803
TRUE    SK037826   Chinley Station                         SK123854
FALSE   SK014756   Goyt Valley Car Park
FALSE   SK208826   Scotsmans Pack, Hathersage
TRUE    SK208826   Bamford Train Station                   SK181833
FALSE   SK184697   Ashford Car Park
FALSE   SK171835   CP in Hope
FALSE   SK238622   Birchover, outside the pub
FALSE   SK216767   Eyam Main Car Park
FALSE   SK335939   Red Lion, Grenoside
FALSE   SK109914   Birchen Clough Car Park
FALSE   SK112725   Lay-by in the A6 above Wyedale
FALSE   SK259686   Calton Lees car park
FALSE   SK287602   Matlock Railway station
FALSE   SK233811   Hathersage train station
FALSE   SK336727   Linacre Reservoir Car park
FALSE              Holmfirth bus station
FALSE   SK085544   Grindon car park, by the church
FALSE   SE973680   small car park near Allgreave
FALSE   SK239749   Calver
FALSE   SK173894   Fairholmes
FALSE   SJ998662   Car park near Gradbach
FALSE   SK263919   Low Bradfield, car park
FALSE   SK174889   Fairholmes
FALSE   SK152756   Tideswell, car park
TRUE    SK181832   Hope Train station                      SK266803
FALSE   SK088649   Longnor (car park)
FALSE   SK048869   Hayfield - car park above town, en route to Kinder
FALSE   SK128603   Hartington
FALSE   SK073994   Crowden
TRUE    SK181833   Hope Train station                      SK122853
FALSE   SK140667   Bulls Head pub, Monyash
FALSE   SK073994   Crowden Car park
FALSE   SK263919   Bradfield Car Park
FALSE   SK125854   Edale Car Park
FALSE   SK153758   Tideswell
FALSE   SD927248   Todmorden; car park at rear of Todmorden leisure centre
TRUE    SK267802   Fox House                               SK258721
FALSE   SK173893   Fairholmes car park
FALSE


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TRUE    SK038826   Chinley train station                   SJ998853
FALSE
FALSE   SK251033   Penistone Station
FALSE   SE107067   Digley Wood Car Park
FALSE   SK295750   Shillito Wood car park
FALSE   SK124853   Edale Station Car Park
FALSE   SK012757   Errwood reservoir, car park on west side at end of bridge
FALSE   SK174889   Fairholmes
FALSE   SK233811   Hathersage train station
TRUE    SK181833   Hope Railway Station                    SK122853
FALSE   SK237622   the Druid Inn pub in Birchover
FALSE   SK073994   Crowden car park
FALSE   SK952325   Greno wood car park
FALSE   SK457633   Hardwick Inn car park
FALSE   SK184697   Ashford Car park
FALSE   SE046119   Marsden train station
FALSE   SK282862   the Sportsman pub, Lodge Moor
FALSE   SK389981   George and Dragon pub (park on the road)
FALSE   SK181832   Hope Train Station
FALSE   SE210004   Langsett National Park Centre
FALSE   SK259686   Calton Lees Car Park
FALSE   SK256777   Car park near Grouse Inn
FALSE   SK217875   Cutthroat Bridge
FALSE   SK324952   car park in Greno Wood
FALSE   SK509649   Pleasley Car Park
FALSE   SK181833   Hope train station
FALSE   SK109914   Birchen Clough car park
FALSE   SK331858   Queen Victoria Statue, Endcliffe Park
FALSE
FALSE   SK638753
FALSE   SK232815   Bus stop at \"outside\" shop
FALSE   SK125854   Edale CP
TRUE    SK331858                                          SK233810
                   Queen Victoria statue, Hunters Bar entrance, Endcliffe Park
FALSE   SJ998662   Gradbach Cp
FALSE   SK122832   CP at Mam Nick
FALSE   SK232815   Hathersage, Bus stop outside \"Outside\" shop
FALSE   SK009799   CP near Taxal on A5004
FALSE   SK202859   Heatherdene car park
FALSE   SK222610   Elton Church
FALSE   SJ931781   CP in Bollington Village
FALSE   SK256857   Redmires Reservoir
FALSE   SK128604   Hartington CP
FALSE   SK337726   Linacre Reservoirs car park
FALSE   SE251032   Penistone Station
FALSE
FALSE   SE229073   The George, Upper Denby
FALSE   SE111073   Digley Reservoir Quarry CP
FALSE   SJ994603   Tittesworth Reservoir visitor centre, neer Meerbrook
FALSE   SE018044   Dovestones Reservoir
TRUE    SK231879   Moscar Lodge                             SK327911
FALSE   SK222610   Elton Church
FALSE   SK129603   CP at Hartington


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FALSE   SE291001   The Bridge Inn, thurgoland
FALSE   SK293749   Shillito Wood CP
FALSE
TRUE    SK038826   Chinley Station                          SK181832
FALSE   SK124854   Edale Station
FALSE   SK221909   CP near Strines Pub
FALSE   SK109914   Birchen Clough car park
FALSE   SK314561   High Peak Junction, Nr Cromford
FALSE   SK185715   Monsal Head CP
FALSE   SK123853   Edale Station CP
FALSE   SK457633   Hardwick Inn, overflow car park
FALSE   SK167939   King\
FALSE   SK132557   Alstonefield CP
FALSE   SK123853   Edale Station
FALSE   SK268858   Wyming Brook CP
FALSE   SK221909   CP at the car park at the bottom of the hill (not pub)
FALSE   SK123853   Edale CP
FALSE   SK208825   Bamford station
FALSE   SK164752
FALSE   SK255777   Hay Wood NT CP
FALSE   SK263920   Low Bradfield
FALSE   SK267802   Fox House
FALSE   SK647656   Rufford Mill CP
FALSE   SE041154   Scammondon Water
FALSE   SK149829   Castleton Visitor Centre CP
TRUE    SK173894   Fairholmes CP                             SK267802
FALSE   SK258722   Baslow CP
FALSE   SK103725   CP in Wye Dale
TRUE    SK124854   Edale Station                             SJ998853
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE   SK221686   Public car park in Bakewell
FALSE   SD995267   Railway Station at Hebden Bridge
FALSE   SK331858   Queen Victoria statue at Endcliffe Park
FALSE   SK315561   CP at High Peak Junction
FALSE   SK385997   Public CP Wentworth Rd Elsecar (next to Elsecar Heritage Centre CP)
FALSE   SK503733   Elm Tree Inn
FALSE   SK321777   holmesfield Church
FALSE   SK174894   Fairholmes
FALSE   SK256777   Hay Wood NT car park
FALSE   SK266804   Fox House
FALSE   SK147508   Dovedale CP
FALSE   SK325949   Wharncliffe Woods CP (nr Grenoside)
TRUE    SK181832   Hope train station                      SK156503
FALSE   SK338962   Acorn Inn, Burncross Rd nr Chapeltown (CP entrance on Hollowgate)
FALSE
FALSE   SE282132   Yorkshire Sculpture Park
FALSE   SK261920   CP in Low Bradfield (on the Western side of the village, just off a road called The Sands)
FALSE   SK293749   Shillito Wood CP
TRUE    SK215766   Eyam                                  SK230816
TRUE    SK181833   Hope train station                    SK325883
FALSE


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FALSE   SK024752   CP on Goyt\
FALSE   SK307993   Wortley Arms, A629, Wortley
FALSE   SK281721   CP near Robin Hood Pub
TRUE    SK489829   Kiveton Park train station            SK585797
FALSE   SE146125   Honley Train Station
TRUE    SE251032   Penistone Train Station               SE223084
FALSE   SE251032   Penistone Train Station
FALSE   SE251032   Penistone Train Station
FALSE   SE223084   Denby Dale Train Station
FALSE   SK216767   Eyam
FALSE   SK109904   Birchen Clough lay by
FALSE   SK147637   Parsley Hay car park
TRUE    SK123853   Edale station car park                SK230815
TRUE    SK173893   Fairholmes                            SK328894
FALSE   SK291872   Rivelin Mill Car Park
FALSE   SK226909
FALSE   SK249787   Mount Pleasant Road Bus Stop
FALSE   SK233810   Hathersage Railway Station
FALSE   SK288540   Wirksworth Church
FALSE   SK231814   Hathersage (swimming pool) car park
FALSE   SK149829   Castleton Visitor Centre car park
FALSE   SK256657   Caudwell\
FALSE   SK202859   Heatherdene car park
TRUE    SK323813   Dore train station                    SK123853
FALSE   SK261703   main Chatsworth car park
FALSE   sk0000                                             sk0000
FALSE   SK185714   Monsal Head CP entrance
TRUE    SK216874   Lay-by just before Cutthroat Bridge, A57SK151829
FALSE   SK000854   New Mills Heritage and Information Centre
FALSE   SK207837   Bamford Derwent Hotel Bus Stop
FALSE   SK149829   Information Centre, Castleton
FALSE   SK255777   Hay Wood car park
FALSE   SK308794   End of Totley Hall Lane
FALSE
FALSE   SK284862   Lodge Moor Bus terminus (on Redmires Road)
TRUE    SK426920   Rotherham railway station           SK360866
FALSE   SK113701   Chelmorton
FALSE   SK196698   Ashford in the water car park
FALSE   SK088929   Snake Pass summit
FALSE   SE223084   Denby Dale train station
FALSE
FALSE   SK315561   CP on East side of R Derwent opposite High Peak Junction
TRUE    SK294780   Owler Bar                             SK323813
FALSE   SK123853   Edale train station
TRUE    SK142733   Miller\
FALSE   SJ038826   Chinley
FALSE   SK702803   Retford Railway Station
FALSE   SE289975   deepcar
FALSE   SK203664   Over Haddon CP
FALSE   SK216874   Layby near Moscar House
TRUE    SK236751   Stoney Middleton                      SK257723
FALSE   SK149829   Castleton Visitor Centre CP


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FALSE   SK204864   Grindleford Station
FALSE   SK046948   Shepley Street
FALSE   SK231815   Outside Walnut Club/ Natwest Bank
FALSE   SK125854   Edale Car Park
FALSE   SK393981   North entrance to Fitzwilliam Estate grounds, on B6090
TRUE    SE143169   Huddersfield railway station, Harold Wilson statue in St George\
FALSE   SK204864   Heatherdene car park
FALSE   SK221687   Bakewell Main Car Park
FALSE   SE212004   Langsett Barn Carpark
FALSE
FALSE   SK297584   On road between Matlock and Matlock Bath




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Norfolk Arms, Ecclesfield




High Bradfield




Hope Railway Station




Fox House Inn




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Baslow




Castleton




Ladybower Inn




Bamford




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Ladybower Inn




Fox House Inn
Edale Station


Hope Station




Fox House inn




Edale train station




Baslow




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New Mills Central train station




Edale train station




Hathersage train station




Middlewood tram stop




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             Hope railway station




             Fox House


             New Mills train station




ecar Heritage Centre CP)




             Thorpe
entrance on Hollowgate)


he village, just off a road called The Sands)

             Hathersage
             Tinker Lane, Walkley




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             Worksop train station

             Denby Dale Train Station




             Hathersage
             Malin Bridge




             Edale train station



             Castleton




             Victoria Quays, Sheffield city centre




Peak Junction
             Dore and Totley railway station




             Baslow




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atue in St George\




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Description
From Castleton we head along a path running next to Peakshole Water. We skirt Hope and head to Brough heading past the N
This linear walk is part of the Sheffield Country Walk. Starting at High Bradfield, it wanders through fields and woods to Grenos
Starting from Fairholmes CP: Bleaklow Stones, Westend Valley, Alport Castles and back to Fairholmes CP.
Setting off from Eyam, we walk up to the Barrel via Bretton Clough. We return to Eyam via Great Hucklow, Grindlow, and Fool
Lee has promised to have his Xmas shopping done before Xmas Eve this year, so will head out for a hike instead. A pleasant
Start at Melton Wood CP, go south via High melton to Conisbrough Castle, then follow the River Don to Sprotborough lock and
We take the Chapel Gate track from Edale station, following the ridge along Rushup Edge, over Mam Tor and on to Lose Hill. F
Starting at Marsden Railway station, we had along the Standedge Trail to the Pennine Way and over the moorland to White Hil
From Cutthroat Bridge we skirt around Derwent Moors, following Derwent Edge to Back Tor. After which is a boggy stretch as

From Holmfirth we follow Cartworth Moor Road to Cooks Study Hill and Snailsden Edge and a quick trip to Paris and Totties be

From Poolsbrook we head north towards the Trans Pennine Trail and follow the Cuckoo Way due west towards Chesterfield, p
We head up Goyt\
From Wettonmill we head up Wetton Hill with a possible diversion to the peak, weather allowing, before heading towards Back
A classic walk taking in four Hope Valley peaks - Mam Tor, Hollins Cross, Lose Hill and Win Hill, via Castleton and Bamford.
From Bradfield we head NW through Rocher Wood and Rocher Head before turning back to Agden Reservoir. We then head
We go south out of Hebden towards Stoodley Pike then head NW to Height Wood before crossing the Rochdale Canal and pic
Starting from the car park we head up Hagg Side towards Bellhag Tor and on to Alport Castles. We then head NW towards Ble
From Ulley we head north through Upper Whiston towards Whiston before heading south through Guilthwaite. We then meand
From the pub we head up onto Totley Moor before going South to White Edge via White Edge Moor. We then drop down onto
From Tideswell we head south along Tideswell Dale to join Millers Dale where we follow the Monsal Trail to Monsal Head for a
From Longnor we head SE to Pilsbury before picking up the north ridge above Dove Valley where we head NW along the limes
We head North around Winscar before heading into the access land towards Ramsden Clough, Britland Edge Hill, and Dewhill
From Wortley we take the Trans-Pennine Trail south to Wharnecliffe Heath then follow the crag top with views over the Upper D
We head out through the Rivelin Valley taking in Stanage Edge and Win Hill before finishing in Hope where we catch the bus o
From the George we head over Denby Delf to Quaker Bottom across to Castle Hill and along Cheese Gate Nab. We then drop
Starting from Matlock Bridge Raliway station we head up the Limestone Way to Bonsall for a beer before heading for Matlock B
Starting at Bolsterstone, the home of the famous Male Voice Choir, we head west to Ewden Brisge before heading up onto Bro
A trundle around the grounds of Lyme Hall, made famous in the BBC production of Pride & Prejudice. With spectacular panaro
Starting at Over Haddon, we drop into Lathkilldale and straight back out to Youlgreave where we pick up the Limestone Way ba
From Edale we walk up and around Kinder. Job Done.
We walk up Alport Dale beneath the castles up to Grains in the Water on Bleaklow. We then take a high level route back abov
From the village centre we head west towards Birkenshaw Woods before looping south towards Hunger Hill and Matherbank p
As always,an absolute doddle - we get off the bus at Moscar Lodge and bimble along Stanage with its great views of the Peak D
An epic \"stroll\" starting at Calton Lees, taking in Bakewell and Monsal Head on the Monsal Trail before heading back via Grea
Over the west side of the Park, this brilliant walk takes in a fine hill and if time permits three (count em) fine pubs. Shutlingsloe
In the far west corner of the Peaks, the Roaches and their Stanage like feel are well worth the trip. Heading due W along the D
Starting at the George Pub, we head towards Gunthwaite Hall, up Cat Hill and over to Scout Dike reservoir where we take in Ca
Starting in Tansley we head south west towards Matlock Bath, dropping into (not quite!) the Derwent River at Cromford Station.
Heading south from the Longshaw Estate along White Edge, we pass through Curbar Gap and onto Baslow Edge, before desc
From Digley we take the Kirklees Way and Pennine Way to Wessendon reservoir then along Blakely Clough to Black Moss Re
This fab walk takes us through the fields of Barlow to Unthank Hall (and possibly the pub in Milthorpe) with a shortish climb to H
From Birchen Clough we walk up path through forest in Lady Clough, joining A57 just before Doctor\
Starting at Wortley, we head down to Tin Mill Dam, passing close to Wortley Top Forge, and then take in Huthwaite Hall, passin
After enjoying the spectacular views at Monsal Head, we work our way along the Monsal Trail through Cressbrook and Millers D
Starting from Hope we climb up onto Lose Hill before working our way clockwise around Edale via Mam Tor, Rushup Edge, the
One of the finest parts of the Peaks, the walk takes in a nice valley stroll through the Dale, with a climb to the top of Thorpe Clo
We head south to the river Maun and then turn west towards Forge Bridge. We then walk north west to The Sarts and then no
Starting from the optimistically named Midge Hole, we follow the trail through Hebden Dale to Ridge Scout, then Gorple Lower R
From Bolsterstone we head for Broomhead Reservoir and Broomhead Hall. We return via Salter Hills for a few beers back at T


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A fantastic trek through the best of the Dark Park and White Peak. From Moscar Lodge we head south along Stanage Edge an
We progress from the sandy beaches of the reservoir through the unspoilt village of Combs to reach new access land to the so
From Longnor we head north then west towards Hollinsclough before approaching Chrome Hill from the permissive path to the
We ascend William Clough to Mill Hill, then cross Kinder towards Brown Knoll, and then descend via Roych Clough, and return
From Wetton we descend into the Manifold Valley and walk to Wetton Mill, where we climb Wetton Hill, and then Narrowdale H
From the CP we head up Foulstone Road and along Derwent Edge past the Cakes of Bread and Salt Cellar before dropping do
Starting from the CP on the Limestone Way, we head NW along the Way to Calesdale, then along Lathkilldale to Alport. Finally
A cunning two part A/C grade walk. We follow the rocky path along the top where there are excellent views west. After dipping
A themed meander around the Yorkshire Scupture Park. See Henry Moore sculptures, Longside Gallery and the surrounding a
Start in Bolsover, we walk past the castle heading SW to Sutton Scarsdale Hall, then SE to Hardwick Hall, stopping for a swift
From the CP we head up to the top of Derwent Valley and up to Back Tor. Then we head over to Bradfield Moor and round Str
We travel by train to Hope before wandering up Lose Hill, ambling along the Great Ridge to Mam Tor and then admire the Chri
A nice easy stroll around Grenoside, Wharncliffe Woods and Wharncliffe Crags, starting and finishing at the public CP in Greno
From Mosborough we walk westward through the Moss Valley before heading up onto Bramley Moor with its impressive views
From Edale we climb Mam Tor, Rushup Edge, a hopefully frozen Brown Knoll, and then along the southern Edge of Kinder befo
Cross Eyam Moor to follow Abney Clough to Abney, over the fields to Bretton for the Barrel Inn before returning to Eyam.
Over in the West of the Peaks, this is a walk up a proper peak - Shuttlingsloe, then over to Macclesfield Forest to Ridgegate Re
Walk along Monsal Dale, up Deep Dale across the fields to Sheldon, past Little Shacklow Wood to Ashford in the Water and re
Head up Lady Clough to Doctors Gate, to the Old Woman. Join the Pennine Way to Kinder Downfall and grough hop over Kind
From Hartington we head up to Pilsbury Castle on the Upper Dove valley before crossing the valley returning via Sheen. Beers
From the village we head towards Gunthwaite Hall over Gadding Moor to Cannon Hall (with loo facilities!). We then follow the C
Follow Cut Gate to Howden Edge and Margery Hill, head for Back Tor, The Cakes of Bread, Salt Cellar and the Wheel Stones
we walk down past Barlow, head westward onto and then northward across Big Moor passing Barbrook Reservoir, up to Totley
From Birchen Clough we head west up Ashop Clough before bearing NE on the Pennine Way towards Ham Clough. We then

Based on the western half of the Penistone Boundary walk, taking in new access land around Royd Moor and Hartshill and drop
Starting at Castleton this walk takes in Rushup Edge, Brown Knoll, Edale and Hollins Cross on the way back round to Castleton
We head along the river past the big house (!) to Dob Edge to the Hunting Tower across Rabbit Warrens, returning via Beeley.
Starting through the Porter Valley we walk up to Ringinglow, over Burbage Moor on Open Access Land through Carl Wark and
From Millhouses Park we walk through Ecclesall Woods, Castle Dyke and Ivy Cottage Lane to Fulwood Park. From there we
An amble along the High Peak Trail and through upper Dovedale.
Exploring the woods around Langsett Reservoir, including a loop across the moor to take in the views.
Circular walk with no uphill bits.

Go up to Hagg Farm and follow the Roman Road to Win Hill summit. Drop down and follow the road around Ladybower Reser
Birchen Clough to Doctors Gate and up to Higher Shelf Stones and Bleaklow Head, crossing Alport Moor back to Birchen Clou
Circuit taking in the reservoirs and high ground around Goyt Valley with highlights including the Cat and Fiddle and Shining Tor
Black Hill is most northerly of the three great gritstone and peat plateaux which dominate the Dark Peak. Starting in the hamlet
Bleaklow Backside. An unusual ascent of Bleaklow (633m) visiting Black Cloughs gorge and returning via the Pennine Way and
We take in the unspoilt beauty of the remote upper Little Don valley, before climbing to Cat Cloughs Head to walk the broad pe

Starting at Shepley Station we head up to Shelley Hall and Kirkburton over to Roydhouse before following the Kirklees Light Ra
From the shops on Pentland Road, Dronfield Woodhouse, over to Cowley Lane and across fields to Cartledge Lane, Holmesfie

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A complete circuit of the Kinder Scout Edges: from Edale we will walk up Grindsbrook and take in The Wool Packs, Kinder Dow
Starting at Cheddleton Steam Railway station we walk down lanes and across fields to Ipstones and onto Froghall for a lunch s
From Low Bradfield we walk along lanes to Dale Dike Reservoir heading to Strines Reservoir (possibly detouring to Strines Inn)
From Fairholmes we walk south along the reservoir, up to Wheel Stones, along the edge, past the Salt Cellar, Cakes of Bread,
From Dovestone Reservoir we wallk to Chew Reservoir then on to Dove Stone Rocks, Ashway Rocks and Greenfield Brook. W
Starting in Foolow village we head to Eyam, Stoney middleton then on to Longstone Edge and Great Longstone for refreshmen
From the A6 we circle around the hill to the Church Inn at Chelmorton before the short climb to the tops of the Five Wells cham


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From the reservoir we head to Combs village and onto Combs Moss. From Castle Naze we continue along the edge of Combs
From Hope we walk to Ladybower Reservoir via Thornhill Carrs and return via Win Hill.
From hathersage Station we go up over Abney moor, down into Bradwell, then up onto Bradwell Moor. We then head across to
We set off from Chatsworth towards Beeley and Rowsley via Smeltingwell and Rowsley Woods. Continuing to Birchover vis St
We leave the pub and head towards Denby Dale Station (with its impressive viaduct) then alongside the kirklees Light Railway
From Over Haddon we descend into Lathkill Dale heading East to Alport. We then bear Westwards to Youlgreave for refreshm
We follow Cut Gate to Howden Edge and Margery Hill head for Back Tor, cakes of bread, Salt Cellar and the Wheel Stones the
We head up Ashop Clough to join the Pennine Way for the climb on to Kinder. We then follow the whole of the northern edge,


From Upper Burbage Bridge we walk along Stanage Edge to the Pole, around the south edge of Redmires Reservoirs, across
Starting from Crowden the walk follows the Pennine Way up to the summit of the bleakest mountain in the world, a true \"sloug
A nice easy walk with views across Sheffield. Mostly flat terrrain with a stop for lunch at Ringinglow. Nothing too hard even for
A great walk from Chinley across to Hayfield before ascending to Brown Knoll on to Kinder Scout and walking the southern edg
Starting from the car park in the Goyt Valley the walk takes in a high level circuit of the area calling at the Cat and Fiddle for a p
A nice evening amble round the moors of Stanage, starting from Hathersage at 7pm. Please bring warm clothing and a torch.
Stating from Bamford Station, the walk takes in the best ascent of Win Hill up the flanks of the mountain descending via Edale
Starting from Ashfrod in the Water, the walk takes us down in to the dale and round to the old railway viaduct, where we climb u
Time for the biggie! this walk is for those who feel they can cope with a challenge of 20 odd miles around the edges of Edale, in
Starting in Birchover we climb onto Stanton Moor (not too hard) via the Stone Circle and walk round to the rock pinnacles of Ro
The walk passes through the small villages of Foolow and Great Hucklow beofre rising on to the top of the Eyam Edge. Bevera
A nice gentle walk close to Sheffield, taking in Wharncliffe Woods and Wharncliffe Crags before returning to Grenoside.
the less populated northen Edges of Kinder and its views of Bleaklow are explored on this fine walk. Ascending via Gate Side c
Nothing too strenuous, the walk starts from the road and rises slowly to the village of Chelmorton with its lovely pub opposite th
a walk through the unique estate of the Duke of Devonshire. Taking in the lovely village of Edensor (pronounced En-sor), we w
leaving Matlock via Hall Leys Park and matlock Green, the walk rises through Lumsdale to Cocking Tor before descending to A
Walk up to Stanage Edge via Little John\
Another part of the White Peak ignored by many, this fantastic walk wanders through the fields of Barlow and Unthank Hall, wit
A nice walk starting at Holmfirth, home of last of the summer wine, the walk heads up onto the moors. Nothing too hard we re
A circuit of beautiful diverse scenery around the high ground of Throwley Moor, whilst delving into the popular Hamps and Mani
Over on the west side of the Park, this brilliant walk takes in a fine hill and if time permits three (count \
Starting in Calver, we head west through the steep sided Coombs Dale and up to Longstone Edge via Rough Side. The village
A walk up on the lonely moors above Howden Reservoir, Horse Stones Naze and margery Hill are visited along the way. A mu
In the far west corner of the peaks, the Roaches and their Stanage-like feel are well worth the trip. The walk takes in the whole
Starting in Bradfield we climb up to Roach Head and up on to Back Tor with its views of Ladybower. Then an easy amble down
Starting at Fairholmes we climb to Alport Castles before heading on to Bleaklow itself, descending via the Pennine Way to the S
This is a nice easy walk descending to Millers Dale via Slamcote Lane before returning via Cressbrook Dale and Peters Stone.
Starting from Hope Station this is a brilliant walk which takes us up on to Abney moor via Robin Hoods Cross. We descend to
From the village square in Longnor the walk takes us to Flash and Three Shires Head. This brilliant part of the peaks is explore
This walk takes us from Hayfield up past Kinder Reservoir and the edges of Kinder before south along the Pennine Way to Kind
One of the first walks that the group ever did, we start in the lovely village of Hartington. We head over the hill to Biggin dale ev
From Crowden we climb up to Black Hill via White Low. Famous fell walker Alfred Wainwright described Black Hill as a \"Sloug
Starting from Hope station we head north via Aston up on to Win Hill. We then follow the ridge for a few miles before dropping
This easy walk takes us through the nature reserve of Lathkilldale gradually curving its way around to Youlgreave where beers
From Crowden Car park the walk takes the Pennine Way up to Laddow Rocks before climbing onto the desolate lump of Black
From Bradfield this easy walk heads up Bradfield Dale to Brogging and Dale Dike reservoir (it once flooded the valley you know
This is a complete circuit of the Kinder Scout edges. The walk heads up Grindsbrook and takes in The Woolpacks, Kinder Dow
This is a longer and harder walk in the White Peak, taking in several valleys and tops. Funnily enough we start in Tideswell and
We make a trip up to Todmorden for this lovely walk up on to the moors and visiting Stoodley pike along the way.
A really nice walk up on the eastern edges. We catch the bus to Fox House and then follow the gritstone outcrops all the way d
Starting from Fairholmes car park we head up onto Derwent Edge and on past the Cakes of Bread to Margery Hill. Few people




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From Chinley we travel North over Chinley Churn and drop into Hayfield and then up again to Lantern Pike. The walk then take

We start from Penistone railway station and take the Trans pennine Trail out to Dunford Bridge (with possible pub stop) then pa
we take the Kirklees Way and Pennine Way to Wessenden Reservoir along Blakley Clough before heading south-east over Fe
We follow the road to Moorhall. From there we walk onto Barlow Grange and Barlow , before stopping in the Hare and Hounds
We head up to Upper Booth before climbing on to Kinder via Crowden Clough, through the Woolpacks and its amazing formati
Over in the west of the Peaks, the Goyt Valley and its ridge are well worth the trip. The walk takes in Windgather Rocks and Sh
Starting at Fairholmes we climb to Alport Castles before heading onto Bleaklow itself descending via the Pennine Way to the S
From Hathersage we walk onto Abney Moor before crossing to the Barrel Inn and its views of the White Peak. Its then an easy
From Hope train station, we climb to Win Hill via Aston Hall and then continue along the Roman Road to Edale Cross. We then
We walk up to see some witches at the stone circle on Stanton Moor before wandering westwards to Robin Hood Stride and its
From Crowden we head up to White Low and onto Black Hill itself were you will sink into the bog- a truly abhorrent place in the
Setting off along Slough Dyke and the Barnsley Boundary walk, we then head north-west through Wharncliffe Wood onto Whar
Starting at the car park at the Hardwick Inn pub on the grounds of Hardwick Hall, we head north through Doe Lea and onto Car
From Ashford we follow the River Wye before ascending to Taddington for a pint. We then bear northwards to Miller\
From Marsden train station we head westwards via Willykay Clough up to Little Moss where we take the Pennine way north to B
From the Sportsman pub we head to the Redmires Reservoir before descending into Rivelin and Head Stone. We then climb t
We bear south from Wentworth through Wentworth Park to Scholes, before heading east to Dog Kennel Pond and the Roman
From Hope train station we take the steady climb to Lose Hill with its lovely views before taking in the entire ridge to Mam Tor.
This walk takes in Mickleden Edge on its way to Margery Hill, from where we bear north-west to Horseshoe Naze. We continue
From Calton Lees we wander to Edensor and up onto Calton Pastures before reaching Rowsley. We then continue to Beeley fo
From the car park we follow Froggatt Edge and then cut down to Froggatt bridge, west to Eyam and then up onto Eyam Moor a
Starting from Cutthroat Bridge we explore the access land to the north and south to our hearts content in a figure of 8 walk takin
From Greno Wood we circle north towards Howbrook and Tankersley before heading south to Warren via Westwood Country P
We venture into the area east of the M1 starting at Pleasley Car Park, exploring Langwith Wood and Scarcliffe Park plus sever
Starting and finishing at Hope station we head up onto Win Hill with its stunning views of Ladybower, followed by a gentle stroll
From Birchen Clough we head west up Ashop Clough before bearing north east on the Pennine Way towards Hern Clough. W
A picturesque walk round the SW of Sheffield starting at Endcliffe Park and following the Porter Valley to Ringinglow through to

Starting from Hardwick Village we follow the edge of Clumber Lake, then through heath and woodlands in the south of Clumber
starting in Hathersage we head up through the graveyard to Toothill Farm and on to Burbage Moor. We then go along the top o
We scramble up Grindsbrook to the edge of the plateau, then follow the stream bed inland before turning up a tributary to emer
Starting in Endcliffe Park we follow the Porter Brook to the Forge Dam (breakfast), then to the Norfolk Arms at Ringinglow (pint
We head from Gradbach to Axe Edge, to the Cat and Fiddle pub for refreshments then on to Three Shires Head and back to G
The Ridge from Mam Nick: Hollins Cross, Back Tor, Lose Hill, Townhead Bridge, Fullwood Farm, Hope Cross, Ollerbrook, Grin
From Hathersage thewalk takes in Shatton moor, Eyam Moor and Burbage Moor before returning to Hathersage.
Shining Tor and the Vale of Goyt: from Taxal we cover Taxal Edge, Windgather Rocks, Cats Tor, Shining Tor, Errwood reservo
We head over the Ashopton Viaduct, up Crook Hill and along the ridge to Rowlee Pasture and Alport castles. We then go dow
This is a circular walk covering Elton, Gratton Dale, Rockhurst, Winster and back to Elton. It\
From the CP, we head north on Middlewood way/ Macclesfield Canal as far as Adlington Basin and then uphill around the edge
Starting at Redmires Reservoir we catch the corner of Rivelin Dams on the way to Damflask then walk along the reservoir on to
From Hartington we head to Beresford Dale and Wolfscote Dale, Alstonefield, Wetton, Thor\
We walk from Old Brampton to Wadshelf, Wigley, Linacre Wood and reservoirs and back to Old Brampton. It\
Following the Trans-pennine trail we have an easy start passing the ancient Catshaw Cross before climbing up to Royd Moor H

A pleasant walk at a slow pace in and around Denby Dale following the village trail.
WALKING WITH LEEDS BRADFORD GROUP.
This stunning walk takes in all the major sights of the Roaches area. We begin with a direct assault on Hen Cloud then walk the
Path beside Dovestone, yeoman Hey, and Greenfield Reservoirs. Up Greenfiled Brook then Birchin Clough to gain edge at Ra
Following the route of the Sheffield Country Walk through the countryside to the west of town, we move from the moorland at M
Heading North from the village, the first stop is the Pinnacles of Robin Hood\
From Hartington we go South into Wolfscote Dale and then Biggin Dale. We keep heading North and pick up the Pennine Brid


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A mixture of tranquil fields and woodland are interlinked with disused railways and winding country lanes to provide a varied and
From Shillito Wood we cross Big Moor to the Longshaw Estate. We then follow Burbage Edge and climb to Higger Tor, we the

Chinley- Mount Famine- Brown Knoll - Kinder Low - Grindslow Knoll - Edale - Hollins Cross - Lose Hill - Hope. (option to curtail
From Edale we head up onto Kinder by Grindsbrook Clough. At the top we turn left and follow the edge of Kinder to Jacobs La
From the car park we head up to Back Tor and then along Cartledge Stones Ridge to Cartledge Bents. We pick up Dukes Roa
From Snake Inn ascend north side of Kinder, and taking a circular route of the plateau including Fairbrook Naze, Kinder Downf
Starting from the High Peak junction near Cromford. An easy stroll from Riber Castle to Matlock, along the River Derwent and t
From Monsal Head, wandering down Monsal Dale and Deep Dale to the pub stop in Taddington. Then we go Dale crazy throug
We take the Chapel Gate track from Edale station, following the ridge along Rushup Edge, over Mam Tor and on to Lose Hill. F
Through Hardwick Park, up to Ault Hucknall and down the Rowthorne Trail to Pleasley Pit Country Park and then towards stegb

A tour of some of the White Peak hills, taking in Narrowdale Hill, Wetton Hill, and Bunster Hill.
From Edale we go up Grindsbrook Clough and along to Kinder Low, then back down by Jacob\
A lovely circular route, across gentle terrain round the Redmires Dams. We climb the hill to Fulwood Lane from where we strike
From Strines we head along Dale Dike and Agden Reservoirs, then following the Dukes Road to Back Tor. Returning via Fouls
From the car park we walk up through Edale village, pass through grassy pasture and woodland before the climb up the rocky G
From Bamford we follow the Derwent south, before skirting round the north end of Eyam moor, finally climbing up to the Barrel
From Litton Village down into Cressbrook (Ravens) Dale with views of dramatic cliffs into Miller\
From the carpark we head south along Froggatt Edge to the Curbar gap where we drop down in to Curbar and pick up the Derw
From Low Bradfield we head over the moor to Derwent Edge and follow this south past Back Tor. We then return to Low Bradf
From Fox House we head up to Carl Wark then head east across Houndkirk Moor. We then head through Blacka plantation w
A walk through woods and fields exploring Sherwood Forest and Rufford Country Park with ruins of a 12th Century monastery.
Starting at Scammondon Water we pass Deanhead Reservoir to the Little House on the Prairie and a quick circuit over Rishwo
Under the light of the Crow Moon we walk up amongst the limestone of Cavedale and follow tracks over to Windy Knoll, up onto
From Fairholmes we head up on to Derwent Edge and follow this all the way south, with stunning views of the reservoir. Halfwa
From Baslow we head north up the River Derwent to Calver where we climb on to Baslow Edge. We follow this back south the
We spend the morning going through Chee Dale, Wye Dale, Deep Dale and Horseshoe Dale, and the afternoon looping back t
From Edale we climb out of the valley and over the hills at the head of the valley. We then drop down and keep heading west t


Starting in Bakewell, a relaxed days walking with marvellous views begins as we set off towards Chatsworth on a circular route
We head up to Stoodley Pike monument via the Pennine Way. Then loop back round to Hebden Bridge and head out the othe
Come and be sociable! We are combining a walk and a social by inviting members of another 20 and 30s group to come walki
Starting at High Peak Junction we follow the High Peak Trail as far as Longcliffe, before turning off to Brassington (pub), skirtin
A jaunt through the rolling country around Wentworth to see the landmarks and follies of the Fitzwilliam estate including Keppel
Starting at the village of Elmton we head down through Scarcliffe Park and onto Poulter Country Park. After a quick wander rou
From Holmesfield we head off towards Lees Wood and then Monks Wood. From there we visit Rumbling Street on the way to M
From Fairholmes we head north along the banks of the Derwent Reservoir then climb on to Derwent Edge following Abbey Bro
This is a linear walk along Foggatt Edge. Then we turn around and walk back. Not too arduous but could have lovely views. D
A 4 mile wander from Fox House, up to Carl Wark, along Millstone Edge and up Padley Gorge back to Fox House.
Starting at southern point of Dovedale valley we walk towards towards Ilam and then head North to Castern Hall. We continue g
A short walk in the woods to the North of Sheffield.
Yes, we\
An evening amble via Hall Wood up to Wharncliffe Chase to take in the view from the Crag tops returning along a bilberry lined

We\
Starting in Low Bradfield we walk clockwise around and above the Agden Reservoir, often in woods but with breathtaking views
Park at Shillito Wood, down to Smeekley Bore (not a reference to the walk leader) then up Greaves\
We stroll (stagger) through the peaks, sampling the best of the beer available. Our route takes us from Eyam to Foolow throug
From the station at Hope we head up Win Hill because its there, then head over moorland to Stanage Edge and back into Shef




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A saunter from Wortley down to the peaceful wooded banks of the upper Don, on to Huthwaite Hall before climbing slowly to th
From Robin Hood, along Chatsworth Edge to the Hunting Tower, pause to admire the view then down the back of the house via
From the train station at Kiveton Park we stroll through Kiveton Waters country park, picking up the Chesterfield Canal and follo
Starting at Honley we head to Brockholes and to Farnley Tyas before reaching the magnificent views over Huddersfield from C
From Penistone we head towards Hoylandswaine with views of Penistone viaduct on the way before reaching the Tudor barn a
From Penistone we head towards Langsett Reservoir, up to North America and back again.
From Penistone we head along the Trans Pennine Trail towards Hazelhead and up to Royd Moor wind farm before reaching his
From Denby Dale station we head beneath the viaduct through woodland to reach Upper Cumberworth and cross fields to walk
Don\
From Birchen Clough we walk through the woods to Ashop Clough and follow the Snake Path to the very North Western corner
Starting at Parsley Hay we get off to a gentle start following a short stretch the High Peak Trail to Friden before dropping down
A gentle stroll from Edale to Hathersage along the Hope Valley. Nuff said.
From Fairholmes we head up to the Derwent Edge via Green Stitches then down Foulstone Road towards Strines. From there
We start at the Rivelin Mill car park and make a rapid ascent to Allen Sike Farm, before heading for Redmire Reservoirs. From
More reservoirs than you can shake a stick at and some lovely woods; that\
From the bus stop on Mount Pleasant Road we take a flat rocky path from Grindleford, along the River Derwent. We pass throu
Leaving Hathersage out past the church we climb to North Lees before circling the top of the valley. On the descent we hope fo
We head out of Wirksworth towards Carsington Reservoir for a stroll along its banks before heading inland for a pint at the time
A gentle stroll from Hathersage. We head up to the Eastern end of Stanage Edge and then on to Upper Burbage Bridge where
Starting in Castleton, we walk up Cavedale to Mam Knick, then along Rushup Edge to Jacob\

An epic walk taking in a mostly high level route above and around Howden, Derwent and Laybower reservoirs. From Heatherde
(Well, Edale actually!) Starting from Dore, walk out to Edale via Hope and Lose Hill and get the train back.
After parking in the main car park at Chatsworth we will have a leisurely stroll around the grounds of Chatsworth followed by a w
TBC
From Monsal we head through Little and Great Longstone to Bakewell. After feeding the ducks we head to Magpie Mine, near S
A bit of a whistle stop tour of the Ladybower and Eastern end of the Hope Valley. Starting at Cutthroat Bridge we head up to De
Following the route of the legendary 1932 mass trespass, we climb the far end of Kinder Scout past the reservoir to Ashop Hea
From Bamford we head up the hill to Moscar Moor, before crossing the moor beneath Stanage Edge. We then walk through Mo
Up Cave Dale, along the top and back down Winnats Pass.
Frogatt Edge, Curbar Edge and back via White Edge. Pub stop at The Grouse near the end.
Totley to Linacre Reservoirs via Millthorpe. Back through Birley and Moorhall.

From the Lodge Moor bus terminus we stroll in the direction of Rivelin Dams towards the Head Stone (that big stone standing b
Transpennine Trail from Rotherham to Meadowhall, and from there following the 5 Weirs Way to Sheffield city centre.
The Five wells Neolithic Cairn is thought to be the highest such monument in the country, standing at over 430m overlooking th
We begin by walking through Gt Shacklow wood then climb to Brushfield; from here we head over to Litton Mill and edge out w
From the summit of the snake pass, we walk a short distance along the Pennine Way then turn off on to the Docots Gate path.
From Denby Dale we head over towards Bagden Hall and Bilham Grange before heading upwards to High Hoyland (and the Ch

This lovely walk through woodland, pretty hamlets and rolling countryside starts by heading South along the beautiful tree lined
From the bleak and exposed moorland at Owler Bar, we brave the spirits of Smeekley Wood, creep past the hobgoblins of Hor
An unusual chance to see both classic dark peak and white peak scenery in a single walk.\r\nFrom Edale we climb southwest o

From Chinley, we head eastwards to Rushup Edge before heading north to Brown Knoll. From there, we return to Chinley via C
An excursion off the usual beaten track for an easy flat walk around the market town of Retford in North Nottinghamshire. We s
Attractive walk around a lesser-traversed neck of Sheffield with nice views of the valley of the Little Don, the River Don and Wo
From Over Haddon, we hike along through the woods and by the water of the lovely Lathkill Dale. Then comes our yomp over f
Starting at the car park by the layby near Moscar House we head along Cutthroat Bridge and up to over the hills before returnin
Setting off from the outskirts of Stoney Middleton we wander along Coombs Dale and up to the Eastern end of Longstone Edge
We walk up amongst the limestone of Cave Dale and follow tracks over to Windy Knoll, up onto Mam Tor and we then follow th


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Starting at Grindleford Station we take in Whitehead Lodge, Moose Wood, Fanshore Gate Hall and Blackermore. We then proc
Starting in Old Glossop we go down Shepley Street and onto Doctor\
Our climb up to Bamford Edge takes us via Birley Farm and Outlane. We head north across the access land and up onto Stana
From Edale we set out along the Pennine Way through Upper Booth and to the top of Jacob\
From the north entrance to the Estate grounds we cross the B6090 and walk along Clayfield Lane, which will give us a good vie

Starting at Heatherdene car park we head first to Derwent before taking in Howden, Lost Lad and Back Tor. We finish with a st
We climb up over the hills of Calton Pastures to the Chatsworth Estate. We wonder through Edensor with its quirky buildings a
We Start at Langsett Barn Carpark, then venture along cut gate track to Upper Midhope. Finally we amble back down to Langs

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Brough heading past the Navio Roman Fort. We then head up past Edge Farm to the top of Win Hill where we can have dinner overlooking
elds and woods to Grenoside, including an apparently delightful section to the Norfolk Arms.

klow, Grindlow, and Foolow.
hike instead. A pleasant walk through farmland, setting off from Upper Denby over the delf to Quaker Bottom and then around Ingbirchworth
to Sprotborough lock and back via fields.
 Tor and on to Lose Hill. From there we move on to Win Hill and follow the ridge back round for our descent to Edale.
he moorland to White Hill. We return via March Haigh to the Tunnel End Inn for a refreshing drink before following the canal towpath back in
 ich is a boggy stretch as we cross between Howden and Bradfield Moors beforethe path becoems more defined south of Broomhead Moor.

rip to Paris and Totties before dropping back down into the Last of the Summer Wine town. Mainly country lanes, farmland and some occas

st towards Chesterfield, picking up Chesterfield canal before cutting back through Taplow and Calow, with a potentional pub stop on the way.

 re heading towards Back of Ecton. We then head back south to investigate the Sugar Loaf and descend into the Manifold Valley to follow the
Castleton and Bamford.
  eservoir. We then head west and return along Dale Dyke Reservoir.
e Rochdale Canal and picking up the Calderdale Way. At Heptonstall we stop for a well-earned pint of Landlord before dropping back into He
 hen head NW towards Bleaklow hill on open access moorland before looping E to Howden Moors and back around the reservoirs via various
  lthwaite. We then meander through Treeton (possible pub stop) before heading back to Ulley via Hail Mary Hill Wood.
 We then drop down onto Wellington\
 rail to Monsal Head for a pint. From there we head east towards Dale Farm before turning north to Wardlow, where we drop into Cressbroo
 head NW along the limestone reef incorporating High Wheeldon, Hitter Hill, Park House Hill, Chrome Hill and High Edge before lolling back
 nd Edge Hill, and Dewhill Naze. We then head south towards Pikenaze Moor where we pick up the Longden Dale Trail. This takes us east
 ith views over the Upper Don Valley. After Wharnecliffe lodge we head onto the Chase before taking a loop in Wharnecliffe Woods and Whe
where we catch the bus or train home.
  Gate Nab. We then drop down to Hite Horse (the local from Last of the Summer Wine) for a swift pint before returning to Denby via Haddin
 ore heading for Matlock Bath and negiotiating the caverns and cable cars before heading back to Matlock.
  fore heading up onto Broomhead Moor on access land. We then return towards Wigtwizzle on Dukes Road before turning back towards Bol
   With spectacular panaromic views of the Peaks, including Kinder Scout, Shining Tor and Shuttlingsloe.
  up the Limestone Way back towards Monyash and re-join Lathkilldale at Cales Dale, following the dale back to Over Haddon.

 igh level route back above Alport Dale to Alport Castles via Birchin Hat then return down to Alport Bridge.
 er Hill and Matherbank plantation before returning to Holymoorside via Gladwin Wood.
  great views of the Peak Distruct. Hopefully ice creams at Burbage Bridge before the amble down Burbage Rocks to Fox House for many an
 re heading back via Great Longstone, Calver, Baslow, and the Derwent River back to Chatsworth.
 ) fine pubs. Shutlingsloe provides fine views of the Goyt Valley and the Southern peak and was known as the \"Matterhorn of the Peak\"! N
eading due W along the Dane Valley Way to Danebridge we then head back east to Lud\
ervoir where we take in Catshaw before climbing up to Royd Moor wind farm, and returning to Denby for a pint.
River at Cromford Station. We follow the river on the Derwent Valley Heritage Way as far as Crich Carr, then head north east towards Wake
Baslow Edge, before descending into Baslow for the bus home.
Clough to Black Moss Reservoir, before heading south east over Featherbed Moss to Black Hill, and back to Digley Wood via the Fleece in H
  with a shortish climb to Hewetts Bank and its views of eastern Derbyshire.

e in Huthwaite Hall, passing through Thurgoland (where we have a choice of watering holes) to Toad Hall and back to Wortley via the Dove V
  Cressbrook and Millers Dale to Litton Mill, where we turn south along High Dale before heading towards Brushfield Hough, and crossing the
 m Tor, Rushup Edge, the delightful Brown Knoll, the southern edge of Kinder, and Win Hill.
b to the top of Thorpe Cloud, with its ridge-like vibes.
 to The Sarts and then north along Hanger Hill Drive to Gleadthorpe Breck Plantation. Finally we return along Budby Drive and the Robin Ho
 cout, then Gorple Lower Reservoir, before turning south through Heptonstall Moor, Hoarside Moor, Cross Clough and Dukes Cut. We then
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 th along Stanage Edge and continue along Burbage Rocks, then through the Longshaw Estate towards Froggat, Curbar and Baslow Edges b
new access land to the south. We then ascend north east beneath crags over an ancient landslip to reach the edge of the grouse moor of C
he permissive path to the west. We then scale the equally impressive Park House, before diverting to the Quiet Woman in Earl Sterndale fo
Roych Clough, and return via the Pennine Bridleway and Mount Famine and drop back into Bowden Bridge.
  l, and then Narrowdale Hill, and then drop into Wolfscote Dale which we follow to Peaseland Rocks. We then climb out of the dale to The G
 Cellar before dropping down to the road and stampeding towards the Strines Inn, drooling for a pint.
thkilldale to Alport. Finally we return back along Bradfordale.
views west. After dipping down into the woods we head across Access Land on Wharncliffe Chase before returning to our starting point via G
 ery and the surrounding area. With time allowed for indulging in the other exhibits and cafes.
  Hall, stopping for a swift pint at the Hardwick Inn, then North back to Bolsover
dfield Moor and round Strines Reservoir before making our way back to the CP.
 and then admire the Christmas Lights in Castleton (from the pub?)
   at the public CP in Greno Woods.
with its impressive views of North East Derbyshire. We then drop down into Eckington Woods before returning to Mosborough.
  thern Edge of Kinder before descending Golden Clough back to Edale.
   returning to Eyam.
 ld Forest to Ridgegate Reservoir before heading back via Hanging Gate for drinks.
 hford in the Water and return via Pennyunk Lane.
and grough hop over Kinder. Follow Seal Edge, descend to the Snake Inn and wander home.
 turning via Sheen. Beers in Hartington.
es!). We then follow the Cascade through the country park returning to the George via Deffer Wood and Denby Hall Farm for several pints.
ar and the Wheel Stones descending into Ladybower Inn for the bus home.
ok Reservoir, up to Totley Moor then back to Holmesfield
s Ham Clough. We then circle back to the trig point at GR 129933 going back via Alport Castle and Cowms Rocks. Exposed!

oor and Hartshill and dropping into Bubley Hall for a pint on the way back.
y back round to Castleton.
ens, returning via Beeley.
d through Carl Wark and Higger Tor then onto Hathersage Booths. We then follow the Derwent Valley Heritage Way to Bamford for the bus
od Park. From there we join the Porter Valley Trail to Laddy Canning\




 around Ladybower Reservoir, up onto Derwent Edge and drop back down to the reservoir. Follow the road back to the carpark.
Moor back to Birchen Clough.
 d Fiddle and Shining Tor.
ak. Starting in the hamlet of Crowden climbing up to White Low and then across the moor on to the summit of Black Hill, 582m, returning via
  via the Pennine Way and Longdendale Trail. The parking at the walk starting point is very difficult to find even with directions - so please co
 ead to walk the broad peaty ridge south to the highest point in South Yorkshire. From High Stones we head to the newly paved path over bo

wing the Kirklees Light Railway past Shelley Station and back to Shepley, following the green welly signs most of the way.
 artledge Lane, Holmesfield. From there down the valley to Unthank and then back up to Holmesfield, over the road to Holmesfield Woods a


  Wool Packs, Kinder Downfall, Boxing Lgove Rocks, Madwoman\
 nto Froghall for a lunch stop. We continue along Caldon canal to Consall Forge and then return to Cheddleton after a pint of ale at the Black
y detouring to Strines Inn) returning via Hallfield, Upper Thornseat and Agden Reservoir to High Bradfield for a beer or two.
lt Cellar, Cakes of Bread, Backtor, Cartledge Bents, High Stones and Margery Hill, descending via Cut Gate to Slippery Stones and walking b
  and Greenfield Brook. We return via Greenfield Reservoir and Yeoman Hey Reservoir to Dovestone Reservoir.
Longstone for refreshments via Coombs Dale, returning to Foolow via Housley.
ps of the Five Wells chambered cairn (a 70ft tomb). We then drop down into Chee Dale and head back to the car park via the stepping stone


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 along the edge of Combs Moss to the southern end and descend to the Midshires Way. We return by heading towards Wythen Lache, Tho

. We then head across to Windy Knoll and an optional ascent of Mam Tor before going along Rushup Edge and onto boggy Brown Knoll. W
tinuing to Birchover vis Stanton Moor we return to Rowsley and then beeley via nine Ladies and Pilhough. Drinks in Beeley before we head b
he kirklees Light Railway before heading up to Emley Moor mast. We then head over Flockton Moor and along Crawshaw Lane into Emley v
o Youlgreave for refreshments then over the plateau onto the Limestone Way returning to Over Haddon along the valley. A nice gentle walk
and the Wheel Stones then descend to Ladybower Inn for the bus home.
ole of the northern edge, dropping down at Crook Stone Knoll to pick up the Roman Road back to the A57. We follow this back to the car ac


mires Reservoirs, across Burbage Moor and Houndkirk to the Fox House pub for a relaxing pint in the summery sunshine (?). From there it\
n the world, a true \"slough of despond\" as Wainwright said. Nonetheless a brilliant walk for those who like the Dark Peak.
Nothing too hard even for the laziest walker.
  walking the southern edges before dropping down Grindsbrook for a few pints in the Nags Head.
 the Cat and Fiddle for a pint half way round. A lovely walk on the other side of the Peak District.
arm clothing and a torch.
ain descending via Edale End and the Cheshire Cheese pub, a real must for fans of country pubs.
 viaduct, where we climb up the hill to the pub. Then back via Great Longstone.
und the edges of Edale, inlcuding Lose Hill, MamTor, Rushup Edge, Kinder Edges, and Edale Cross before descending to Hope for a welcom
o the rock pinnacles of Robin Hoods Stride before returning to Birchover.
 f the Eyam Edge. Beverages to be taken in the Barrel Inn prior to taking in the superb views from Eyam Moor descending back to the plagu
ning to Grenoside.
Ascending via Gate Side clough, we pass the rock formations of Boxing Glove Rocks before reaching Mill Hill and descending back in the W
  its lovely pub opposite the church. A short climb out of the village takes us back onto the limestone plateau before we descend into beautifu
pronounced En-sor), we walk through the estate up to Dobb Edge and Swiss Cottage, returning via Calton Lees.
  or before descending to Ashover Hey. We then return to Matlock via Mathersgrave and Riber and its \"castle\" and back to consume pints o

ow and Unthank Hall, with a shortish climb up to Hewitts Bank and its fine views of eastern Derbyshire (and Dronfield). Then its back down
  Nothing too hard we return back to Holmfirth for a well earned pint or two or a cuppa in Nora Batty\
popular Hamps and Manifold valleys. There is surprisingly a pub stop at the end of the walk. A trip may also be made to the best Peaks boo

  Rough Side. The village pub in Hassop is negotiated with difficulty before we head back through the woodlands of Bramley Wood. Nothing
 ted along the way. A must for people who like the open moors away from everything. We will call into the Ladybower Inn for a rest on the w
 e walk takes in the whole ridge including Hen Cloud and the narrow, beautiful, (but short) Lud\
Then an easy amble down to Strines for a quick drink before returning via Bradfield Dale.
  the Pennine Way to the Snake Inn. Then back via Woodlands Valley and Rowlee Farm.
 k Dale and Peters Stone. Refreshments to be enjoyed in Tideswell at the end of the walk.
s Cross. We descend to Upper Padley via Bretton Clough before a last climb up to Fox House for welcome beers. A walk for those people w
 art of the peaks is explored further with a steep climb up Chrome Hill (a mini Tryfan!) and High Wheeldon before going back to Longnor and
g the Pennine Way to Kinder Downfall and Edale Cross. We then descend to Hayfield via Coldwell Clough. A great walk with views across t
er the hill to Biggin dale eventually reaching Alstonefield where we will stop at The George for at least several hours. We head back to Hartin
 ed Black Hill as a \"Slough of Despond\". He was right. From the peat bog of the summit we come off the path and head towards Chew Res
 ew miles before dropping into the valley via Townhead. We then tackle Lose Hill and part of the Great Ridge before descending to Edale fo
 Youlgreave where beers will be taken. We return to Monyash via the Limestone Way.
he desolate lump of Black Hill. Truly an abhorrent place in the rain. Its then a nice wander back over the moors down to Crowden. We\
 oded the valley you know). Then back to High bradfield and it\
 e Woolpacks, Kinder Downfall, Boxing Glove Rocks, Madwoman\
h we start in Tideswell and march to Wormhill and Blackwell, before heading over to Monsal Head and back to Tideswell. A great walk for pe

one outcrops all the way down to Baslow for a few beers before catching the bus home. Ans there\
Margery Hill. Few people head up to these parts so it should be nice and wild. Then up to Horse Shoe Naze before dropping down to Slippe




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 Pike. The walk then takes in the Sett Valley Trail on its way to New Mills where we get the train home.

possible pub stop) then past upper Windleden Reservoir to South Nab trig point. Next down the Snow Road track and Swindon Lane to Lang
 ading south-east over Featherbed Moss and Dean head Moss to black Hill (582m). The from Black Hill back to Digley Wood to return to the
   in the Hare and Hounds for beer and local home made cheese and gammon! From the pub we follow our noses to the sewerage works at
 s and its amazing formations. Then onto Edale Rocks before heading south to Brown Knoll (569m) and Rushup Edge before descending to
Windgather Rocks and Shining Tor, with the added bonus of the Cat and Fiddle.
 he Pennine Way to the Snake Inn. Then back via Woodlands Valley.
 te Peak. Its then an easy ramble down Bretton Clough to Leadmill and the Plough. A short stagger then back to Hathersage.
  to Edale Cross. We then ascend Kinder via Jaggers Clough and past Druids Stone before dropping to Edale to catch the train home. A lov
 Robin Hood Stride and its fantastic formations. A nice walk ending in Birchover and its veritable fermented beverage stop.
uly abhorrent place in the rain. From Black Hill we head to Raven Stones and its views of Oldham. Beautiful. WE then drop down onto Dove
arncliffe Wood onto Wharncliffe Crags and upper Rock. After that we turn eastwards along Wharncliffe Reservoir and pause at the pub at H
 gh Doe Lea and onto Carr Vale to admire the views of Bolsover Castle. We then head south-west to Sutton Scarsdale Hall, then south to St
hwards to Miller\
 he Pennine way north to Black Stone Edge. We return to Marsden via Dog Hill and the M62 before returning via the Kirklees Way.
 d Stone. We then climb to the north side of the valley to Crawlshaw Farm and over the Ughill before heading east towards Load Brook and N
nel Pond and the Roman Ridge. We then continue to Hoober before calling in at Wentworth Woodhouse (a stately home, hooray), finally en
 entire ridge to Mam Tor. We then descend to Castleton via Winnats Pass where we enjoy a nice stop before the short walk back to Hope.
eshoe Naze. We continue over the peaty moors to Barrow Stones before striking northwards to Lady Cross and then back to Langsett via Sn
 then continue to Beeley for a rest, gathering enough strength to walk the 1km back.
hen up onto Eyam Moor and Bretton Clough, via the Barrel Inn if time. We then head north-east towards Hathersage before dropping back a
 t in a figure of 8 walk taking in Lost Lad and High Neb.
n via Westwood Country Park and one of several possible pubs, before looping back to Greno.
Scarcliffe Park plus several village pubs on the way.
 ollowed by a gentle stroll down towards the delightfully named Shatton, before ambling back via the Traveller\
 towards Hern Clough. We then circle back to the trig point at GR 129933, going back via Alport Castle and Crown\
y to Ringinglow through to Limb Valley and Ecclesall Woods, then past Beauchief Abbey on towards Gleadless Valley. From there we set off

ds in the south of Clumber Park returning via fields around Crookford and the River Poulter.
We then go along the top of Burbage Rocks and Stanage Edge, then head back along the bottom returning to Hathersage via Bronte Cottage
ning up a tributary to emerge on the grassy plain of Seal Edge. We head west along Kinder\
 Arms at Ringinglow (pint), across Burbage Moor to the Fox House Inn (pint) and down Padley Gorge to the Grindleford Cafe (pint? Cuppa/s
hires Head and back to Gradbach.
pe Cross, Ollerbrook, Grindsbrook and Upper Booth, Rushup Edge back to Mam Nick.

ning Tor, Errwood reservoir and the River Goyt back to Taxal.
castles. We then go down to the farm, towards the A57, cross the road and up towards Hope Cross and Win Hill, before finally descending f

en uphill around the edge of Park Moor onto Sponds Hill summit. We follow paths south to the Highwayman pub near Rainow for refreshme
k along the reservoir on to Dale Dike and Strines. From there we head to Moscar and back to Redmires via Stanage Edge.


mbing up to Royd Moor Hill. We continue past reservoirs to Gunthwaite onwards to Whin Moor before returning back to Penistone.



n Hen Cloud then walk the full length of the main ridge. We proceed via Lud\
Clough to gain edge at Raven Stones. Follow prominent moorland edge all the way round to Chew Reservoir. Cross dam and head towards
 e from the moorland at Moscar down past the Strines and Dale Dike reservoirs through the fields and villages of Bradfield and Worrall, finish

 pick up the Pennine Bridleway near Chapel Farm and Heathcote. We follow this until just after it joins the High Peak Trail, where we turn W


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 es to provide a varied and interesting route around the boundary of Thurgoland.
 mb to Higger Tor, we then go back to Shillito along White Edge.

 - Hope. (option to curtail the walk at Edale station for those who don\
ge of Kinder to Jacobs Ladder. We then return to Edale by Upper Booth.
s. We pick up Dukes Road and follow this down off the moors. We then head back to the pub along the side of Agden, Dale Dyke and Strine
rook Naze, Kinder Downfall, and Kinder River.
g the River Derwent and the Limestone Way. After a pub stop at Bonsall, we return via the Cromford Canal.
n we go Dale crazy through Miller\
 Tor and on to Lose Hill. From there we move on to Win Hill and follow the ridge back round to our descent to Edale.
rk and then towards stegby. We then cut off west to Tersal and head up to Norwood before heading back through Lady Spencer\



 ane from where we strike out over Hallam Moors around Redmires, with beautiful views of Sheffield and Stannington. We join Wyming Broo
k Tor. Returning via Foulstone Road.
 e the climb up the rocky Grindsbrook Clough path. Once on top we turn east and head for Ringing Roger, where we descend via The Nab a
 climbing up to the Barrel for refreshments. From here we head back across Abney and Shatton moor to Bamford and the train home.

  rbar and pick up the Derwent Valley Heritage Way at Calver. We then follow the river back north to Grindleford before climbing back to the
e then return to Low Bradfield along the side of the reservoirs.
 rough Blacka plantation working our way down to the Fleur de Lys in Totley. We return to Fox House across Totley moor on the Moss Road
 12th Century monastery. Starting from Rufford Mill we head to Edwinstone village and then into Robin Hood Territory following forest tracks
  quick circuit over Rishworth Moor before returning via Ryburn Reservoir.
 er to Windy Knoll, up onto Mam Tor and we then follow the ridge via Hollins Cross to Lose Hill and back down through fields to Castleton. If
ws of the reservoir. Halfway along the route we change Derwent Edge for Stanage Edge and have yet more stunning views all the way to the
 follow this back south then head underneath Gardom\
   afternoon looping back through fields via Chelmorton and Blackwell.
  and keep heading west to New Mills.


sworth on a circular route that passes Baslow and Calver taking in paths in woods besides rivers and on the Monsal Trail.
 ge and head out the other side up to Hard Castle Crags in Hebden Dale. Stop in the coffee shop in woods if time. Then back over the hills v
  30s group to come walking with us. Optional meal at the end of the day. We walk out of Sheffield through Endcliffe Park and along the Por
 Brassington (pub), skirting past the edge of Carsington Water, across the Ecclesbourne Valley via the delightful Wirksworth and back down
m estate including Keppels Column, Wentworth Woodhouse and the triangular Hoober Stand. If you\
  After a quick wander round we walk south, following the Archeological Way through Langwith Wood before turning north and heading towar
ling Street on the way to Moorhall and Smeekley Wood, before returning to Holmesfield.
Edge following Abbey Brook. We then head all the way along the ridge to Hurkling Stones before dropping back down to Ladybower Reservo
could have lovely views. Duration 2h
o Fox House.
astern Hall. We continue going north to get to Stanhope. We then turn north east to Milldale and the northern point of Dovedale. The final leg


ning along a bilberry lined section of the Sheffield Country Walk to the Acorn Inn for a drink. (Call the Acorn Inn on 0114 245 5009 if you are


ut with breathtaking views once we get to the top of the one very short stretch of strenuous \

m Eyam to Foolow through Great Hucklow, then a climb to Bretton, Leadmill and finally to Hathersage. Be warned due to the nature of the b
Edge and back into Sheffield by Redmires Reservoirs and Rivelin Valley. From Tinker Lane, Walkley the 95 bus is an option to head back i




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efore climbing slowly to the Green Moor ridge to enjoy the views. Returning to the Wortley Arms for a drink via Holly Hall and Tin Mill Dam. (C
 the back of the house via the aqueduct, through Chatsworth grounds, quick history lesson for anyone interested (!) at Queen Mary\
hesterfield Canal and following the towpath through the picturesque countryside, past the Thorpe and Turnerwood lock staircases and throug
over Huddersfield from Castle Hill
eaching the Tudor barn at Gunthwaite with a brief rest at the George Pub before taking in the Denby Dale Viaduct for the train back to Sheffi

d farm before reaching historic Thurlstone and back to Penistone for the train home
h and cross fields to walk over the Penistone Line tunnel to Lower Cumberworth and head back to Denby Dale passing the White Hart Inn..

ery North Western corner of Kinder. A bit of a climb, then we follow the North side of Kinder to the top of Fair Brook where we drop down to
en before dropping down into Long Dale. We skirt around the edge of Gratton Moor along Gratton Dale and continue to Youlgreave (lunch) v

 ards Strines. From there we make our way between reservoirs before returning to Sheffield via the Loxley valley.
 edmire Reservoirs. From here we head to Swinglee farm and onto Heather Bank. Then we head onto Damflask reservoir and complete a cir

 r Derwent. We pass through Calver and continue along the river a short way, before taking a path over Hare Knoll and back to Calver. We m
 n the descent we hope for calm waters before we cross the Derwent by the stepping stones. After following the bank there\
nland for a pint at the timewarp Barley Mow in Kirk Ireton (best pub in Derbyshire - as long as we catch it when it\
per Burbage Bridge where we can enjoy an ice cream as we hop along to Higger Tor and Carl Wark. From here it\


 servoirs. From Heatherdene we cross the Ashopton viaduct and then up Crook Hill, across Bridge-End and Rowlee Pastures to Alport Castle

Chatsworth followed by a well-deserved afternoon tea on the Carriage House restaurant. Please note that there is a small charage ot use the

 ad to Magpie Mine, near Sheldon, where we can wander about the old mine buildings for a while before returning to Monsal Head via Deep D
 t Bridge we head up to Derwent Edge and follow it as far as Back Tor (#1). After a rest we descend to Ladybower via Lost Lad and quick tea
he reservoir to Ashop Head (careful of the gamekeepers), returning down again to New Mills (though hopefully not into the police station).
 We then walk through Moscar Lodge, and along Moscar Cross Road, before picking up a path to the north of the A57 which takes us down




 (that big stone standing by itself you have probably seen high up on the moors to your left as you head out of town on the A57). From here w
 field city centre.
over 430m overlooking the Wye Valley near Taddington. The route follows a newly opened concessionary path to the monument from the hi
Litton Mill and edge out way around the side of the hill and onto the Monsal Trail. We then climb up to Monsal Head where we can get refresh
 to the Docots Gate path. Crossing the river we head up off the main path via Little Clough to Dowstone Clough then cross the moor towards
High Hoyland (and the Cherry Tree pub) and returning to Denby Dale via Deffer Wood.

ng the beautiful tree lined Cromford canal. We cross the Derwent at Ambergate and climb up through Shining Cliff Woods before stopping fo
ast the hobgoblins of Horsleygate and the hags of Holmesfield Forest before the final peril of Poynton Wood sees us home ... or will it?
dale we climb southwest out of the Vale of Edale by the Chapel Gate track then take a tour through the White Peak countryside visiting Slack

 we return to Chinley via Chinley Churn.
 th Nottinghamshire. We set out through woods and a golf course to Babworth church, famed for it\
on, the River Don and Wortley
 n comes our yomp over fields to Youlgreave following the route of the Limestone Way. After a pit stop, we progress to Alport and back to the
er the hills before returning back via Grindle Clough, Ladybower Reservoir and Ashopton.
rn end of Longstone Edge before heading to Hassop. From here we hike over to Pilsely, with a short break to stock up on Christmas goodie
 Tor and we then follow the ridge to Hollins Cross and back down through fields to Castleton.


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ackermore. We then proceed to traverse both Burbidge and Stanage Edges before a drop down to Hathersage. From here we return to Grin

ss land and up onto Stanage at Crow Chin. After taking in the views from along Stanage, the descent takes us past North Lees and finally Ha

ich will give us a good view of Wentworth Village. We will arrive on Wentworth main street, before taking Church Drive up to the Church, and

 k Tor. We finish with a stroll along Derwent Edge admiring the views.
 with its quirky buildings along the river to Calton Lees then back over the hills to Bakewell.
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              Info
ding past the Navio Roman Fort. We then head up past Edge Farm to the top of Win Hill where we can have dinner overlooking Ladybower.
              Meet at Hillsborough Interchange for Bus 61 or 62 part of the Sheffield Country Walk - High Bradfield to Greno wood. Stageco

 low, and Foolow.
d. A pleasant walk through farmland, setting off from Upper Denby over the delf to Quaker Bottom and then around Ingbirchworth and Royd
ough lock and back via fields.
  to Lose Hill. From there we move on to Win Hill and follow the ridge back round for our descent to Edale.
 d to White Hill. We return via March Haigh to the Tunnel End Inn for a refreshing drink before following the canal towpath back into Marsden
                no.273 bus to castlton for Cutthroat Bridge. Bus 62 back from High Bradfield. Boggy section can be avoided by alternative, ma

and Totties before dropping back down into the Last of the Summer Wine town. Mainly country lanes, farmland and some occasional moorla

Chesterfield, picking up Chesterfield canal before cutting back through Taplow and Calow, with a potentional pub stop on the way.

 owards Back of Ecton. We then head back south to investigate the Sugar Loaf and descend into the Manifold Valley to follow the river before

We then head west and return along Dale Dyke Reservoir.
 Canal and picking up the Calderdale Way. At Heptonstall we stop for a well-earned pint of Landlord before dropping back into Hebden Bridg
 W towards Bleaklow hill on open access moorland before looping E to Howden Moors and back around the reservoirs via various edges the
  e then meander through Treeton (possible pub stop) before heading back to Ulley via Hail Mary Hill Wood.
op down onto Wellington\
 al Head for a pint. From there we head east towards Dale Farm before turning north to Wardlow, where we drop into Cressbrook Dale, hea
               The section of open access land above and to the NW of Pilsbury Castles is closed 6 months of the year; in 2008 from June to
 l, and Dewhill Naze. We then head south towards Pikenaze Moor where we pick up the Longden Dale Trail. This takes us east towards Lad
               No. 29 bus from Sheffield Interchange to Wortley Church If Wharncliffe Chase Access Land is closed, there is now a feasible w
               95 bus from Commercial Street (nr Ponds Forge) for Tinker Lane, Walkley. Bus or train from Hope. Works better taking train t
  We then drop down to Hite Horse (the local from Last of the Summer Wine) for a swift pint before returning to Denby via Haddingly and the
   for Matlock Bath and negiotiating the caverns and cable cars before heading back to Matlock.
 g up onto Broomhead Moor on access land. We then return towards Wigtwizzle on Dukes Road before turning back towards Bolsterstone vi
               The route description is incredibly vague, so can be made into any length of walk really.
estone Way back towards Monyash and re-join Lathkilldale at Cales Dale, following the dale back to Over Haddon.

ute back above Alport Dale to Alport Castles via Birchin Hat then return down to Alport Bridge.
Matherbank plantation before returning to Holymoorside via Gladwin Wood.
              Part of Sheffield Country Walk, Fox House - Moscar Lodge.\r\nWalk has continued beyond Fox House some years.
back via Great Longstone, Calver, Baslow, and the Derwent River back to Chatsworth.
  Shutlingsloe provides fine views of the Goyt Valley and the Southern peak and was known as the \"Matterhorn of the Peak\"! Not too s
W along the Dane Valley Way to Danebridge we then head back east to Lud\
 we take in Catshaw before climbing up to Royd Moor wind farm, and returning to Denby for a pint.
mford Station. We follow the river on the Derwent Valley Heritage Way as far as Crich Carr, then head north east towards Wakebridge, to L
              272 bus from Sheffield Interchange
lack Moss Reservoir, before heading south east over Featherbed Moss to Black Hill, and back to Digley Wood via the Fleece in Holme.
tish climb to Hewetts Bank and its views of eastern Derbyshire.

 te Hall, passing through Thurgoland (where we have a choice of watering holes) to Toad Hall and back to Wortley via the Dove Valley Trail a
k and Millers Dale to Litton Mill, where we turn south along High Dale before heading towards Brushfield Hough, and crossing the A6 at Lees
hup Edge, the delightful Brown Knoll, the southern edge of Kinder, and Win Hill.
               Vague description. Was originally in database as linear, but I think this was in error.
s and then north along Hanger Hill Drive to Gleadthorpe Breck Plantation. Finally we return along Budby Drive and the Robin Hood Way, pa
Gorple Lower Reservoir, before turning south through Heptonstall Moor, Hoarside Moor, Cross Clough and Dukes Cut. We then follow the C
eers back at The Castle, famous for its male voice choir.


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               275 bus from Sheffield Interchange.
 land to the south. We then ascend north east beneath crags over an ancient landslip to reach the edge of the grouse moor of Combs Moss
               the best way to approach High Wheeldon thereby making the ascent a short one which everyone was willing to do. We took the
gh, and return via the Pennine Bridleway and Mount Famine and drop back into Bowden Bridge.
 Narrowdale Hill, and then drop into Wolfscote Dale which we follow to Peaseland Rocks. We then climb out of the dale to The George in Als
re dropping down to the road and stampeding towards the Strines Inn, drooling for a pint.
 Alport. Finally we return back along Bradfordale.
               Can also be 13 miles C3 walk. ACCESS LAND NO DOGS PLEASE
 surrounding area. With time allowed for indulging in the other exhibits and cafes.
 ng for a swift pint at the Hardwick Inn, then North back to Bolsover
               Access land may not be able to take dogs
dmire the Christmas Lights in Castleton (from the pub?)
 c CP in Greno Woods.
               21 bus from the interchange
 of Kinder before descending Golden Clough back to Edale.

 Ridgegate Reservoir before heading back via Hanging Gate for drinks.
 Water and return via Pennyunk Lane.
 hop over Kinder. Follow Seal Edge, descend to the Snake Inn and wander home.
Sheen. Beers in Hartington.
en follow the Cascade through the country park returning to the George via Deffer Wood and Denby Hall Farm for several pints.
              269 bus Sheffield Interchange to Flouch Hotel, via Crookes and Hillsborough
              Not able to use car park on Sunday morning
gh. We then circle back to the trig point at GR 129933 going back via Alport Castle and Cowms Rocks. Exposed!

              Official route through Flash Farm crosses slurry. Alternative: continue down Hollin Lane to Lee Lane, walk to the brow of the ris
 d to Castleton.
ng via Beeley.
              Train or bus back from Bamford.
 om there we join the Porter Valley Trail to Laddy Canning\
              CP is just off A515 SE of Buxton easiest found by taking the B5055 from Bakewell (through Monyash) and crossing straight ove



ybower Reservoir, up onto Derwent Edge and drop back down to the reservoir. Follow the road back to the carpark.
o Birchen Clough.
              (Original walk description quite vague - just guessed the start CP - GJD)
 in the hamlet of Crowden climbing up to White Low and then across the moor on to the summit of Black Hill, 582m, returning via the Pennin
              The parking at the start of the first walk is not signposted from the A628(T) Woodhead Road and the OS Explorer map is misle
              First bus 269 leaves Sheffield Interchange 09:00 then via Crookes & Walkley. Leader will meet any drivers wishing to leave the

            Transport: By train, Penistone Line (Sheffield to Huddersfield) around Depart Sheffield around 09.30, arrive Shepley around 10
ne, Holmesfield. From there down the valley to Unthank and then back up to Holmesfield, over the road to Holmesfield Woods and then bac


ks, Kinder Downfall, Boxing Lgove Rocks, Madwoman\
 l for a lunch stop. We continue along Caldon canal to Consall Forge and then return to Cheddleton after a pint of ale at the Black Lion pub.
                Detour to Strines takes the walk to 10 miles.
 kes of Bread, Backtor, Cartledge Bents, High Stones and Margery Hill, descending via Cut Gate to Slippery Stones and walking back around
 field Brook. We return via Greenfield Reservoir and Yeoman Hey Reservoir to Dovestone Reservoir.
or refreshments via Coombs Dale, returning to Foolow via Housley.
 e Wells chambered cairn (a 70ft tomb). We then drop down into Chee Dale and head back to the car park via the stepping stones.


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             Can use old climbers path that allows access direct to Castle Naze but which does not appear on the map
             Sheffield Station for 9.14 train, arriving 9.39.
             Sheffield Station 9.33 train
rchover vis Stanton Moor we return to Rowsley and then beeley via nine Ladies and Pilhough. Drinks in Beeley before we head back to Cha
             AKA Guinness at the George
e for refreshments then over the plateau onto the Limestone Way returning to Over Haddon along the valley. A nice gentle walk over easy te
eel Stones then descend to Ladybower Inn for the bus home.
orthern edge, dropping down at Crook Stone Knoll to pick up the Roman Road back to the A57. We follow this back to the car across the m


 voirs, across Burbage Moor and Houndkirk to the Fox House pub for a relaxing pint in the summery sunshine (?). From there it\
 a true \"slough of despond\" as Wainwright said. Nonetheless a brilliant walk for those who like the Dark Peak.
               No. 51 bus there, then 273 back from Fox House.
               Train from Sheffield to Chinley, then return from Edale.
  Fiddle for a pint half way round. A lovely walk on the other side of the Peak District.
               Evening walk!
               Train from Sheffield to Bamford, returning from Hope.\r\nOr cars to Bamford and train Hope to Bamford.
ere we climb up the hill to the pub. Then back via Great Longstone.
               Could use station CP (SK181832) as start.
nnacles of Robin Hoods Stride before returning to Birchover.
Edge. Beverages to be taken in the Barrel Inn prior to taking in the superb views from Eyam Moor descending back to the plague village of E
               bus 77 or 80
 ia Gate Side clough, we pass the rock formations of Boxing Glove Rocks before reaching Mill Hill and descending back in the Woodlands Va
ub opposite the church. A short climb out of the village takes us back onto the limestone plateau before we descend into beautiful Cheedal
 En-sor), we walk through the estate up to Dobb Edge and Swiss Cottage, returning via Calton Lees.
escending to Ashover Hey. We then return to Matlock via Mathersgrave and Riber and its \"castle\" and back to consume pints of ale in Mat

hank Hall, with a shortish climb up to Hewitts Bank and its fine views of eastern Derbyshire (and Dronfield). Then its back down to the small
oo hard we return back to Holmfirth for a well earned pint or two or a cuppa in Nora Batty\
mps and Manifold valleys. There is surprisingly a pub stop at the end of the walk. A trip may also be made to the best Peaks boozer, the Ge

e. The village pub in Hassop is negotiated with difficulty before we head back through the woodlands of Bramley Wood. Nothing too strenou
                bus from sheffield Interchange
 s in the whole ridge including Hen Cloud and the narrow, beautiful, (but short) Lud\
                Is there public transport to Bradfield?
 e Way to the Snake Inn. Then back via Woodlands Valley and Rowlee Farm.
Peters Stone. Refreshments to be enjoyed in Tideswell at the end of the walk.
                train from Sheffield to hope, bus home from Fox House
eaks is explored further with a steep climb up Chrome Hill (a mini Tryfan!) and High Wheeldon before going back to Longnor and its fantastic
ne Way to Kinder Downfall and Edale Cross. We then descend to Hayfield via Coldwell Clough. A great walk with views across to the weste
 Biggin dale eventually reaching Alstonefield where we will stop at The George for at least several hours. We head back to Hartington a
  l as a \"Slough of Despond\". He was right. From the peat bog of the summit we come off the path and head towards Chew Reservoir befo
                train to Hope, return from Edale
   where beers will be taken. We return to Monyash via the Limestone Way.
 lump of Black Hill. Truly an abhorrent place in the rain. Its then a nice wander back over the moors down to Crowden. We\
alley you know). Then back to High bradfield and it\
ks, Kinder Downfall, Boxing Glove Rocks, Madwoman\
   Tideswell and march to Wormhill and Blackwell, before heading over to Monsal Head and back to Tideswell. A great walk for people wantin
                The walk starts from the car park at the rear of Todmorden Leisure Centre. To reach the car park, start at the A646 / A6033 (ro
 s all the way down to Baslow for a few beers before catching the bus home. Ans there\
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              Train to Chinley, train returning to Sheffield from New Mills

b stop) then past upper Windleden Reservoir to South Nab trig point. Next down the Snow Road track and Swindon Lane to Langsett reservo
 -east over Featherbed Moss and Dean head Moss to black Hill (582m). The from Black Hill back to Digley Wood to return to the car park.
e and Hounds for beer and local home made cheese and gammon! From the pub we follow our noses to the sewerage works at Common S
mazing formations. Then onto Edale Rocks before heading south to Brown Knoll (569m) and Rushup Edge before descending to Edale.
 Rocks and Shining Tor, with the added bonus of the Cat and Fiddle.
 Way to the Snake Inn. Then back via Woodlands Valley.
s then an easy ramble down Bretton Clough to Leadmill and the Plough. A short stagger then back to Hathersage.
               train to Hope, return from Edale.
  Stride and its fantastic formations. A nice walk ending in Birchover and its veritable fermented beverage stop.
nt place in the rain. From Black Hill we head to Raven Stones and its views of Oldham. Beautiful. WE then drop down onto Dovestone Reser
 od onto Wharncliffe Crags and upper Rock. After that we turn eastwards along Wharncliffe Reservoir and pause at the pub at Hall Wood D
  and onto Carr Vale to admire the views of Bolsover Castle. We then head south-west to Sutton Scarsdale Hall, then south to Stainsby Mill t

 way north to Black Stone Edge. We return to Marsden via Dog Hill and the M62 before returning via the Kirklees Way.
               the Sportsman is at the end of the 51 bus route.
 d the Roman Ridge. We then continue to Hoober before calling in at Wentworth Woodhouse (a stately home, hooray), finally ending up at th
               train to and from Hope
. We continue over the peaty moors to Barrow Stones before striking northwards to Lady Cross and then back to Langsett via Snow Road a
ue to Beeley for a rest, gathering enough strength to walk the 1km back.
 Eyam Moor and Bretton Clough, via the Barrel Inn if time. We then head north-east towards Hathersage before dropping back across the D
 of 8 walk taking in Lost Lad and High Neb.
 ood Country Park and one of several possible pubs, before looping back to Greno.
ark plus several village pubs on the way.
a gentle stroll down towards the delightfully named Shatton, before ambling back via the Traveller\
rn Clough. We then circle back to the trig point at GR 129933, going back via Alport Castle and Crown\
 ow through to Limb Valley and Ecclesall Woods, then past Beauchief Abbey on towards Gleadless Valley. From there we set off for Meersb

uth of Clumber Park returning via fields around Crookford and the River Poulter.
              272 bus from Sheffield
butary to emerge on the grassy plain of Seal Edge. We head west along Kinder\
nginglow (pint), across Burbage Moor to the Fox House Inn (pint) and down Padley Gorge to the Grindleford Cafe (pint? Cuppa/snack). Afte
and back to Gradbach.
 lerbrook, Grindsbrook and Upper Booth, Rushup Edge back to Mam Nick.
              272 bus from Sheffield
              AKA Touring Tors from Taxal
              CP is one on A6013 by Ladybower Reservoir.

ound the edge of Park Moor onto Sponds Hill summit. We follow paths south to the Highwayman pub near Rainow for refreshments. We th
reservoir on to Dale Dike and Strines. From there we head to Moscar and back to Redmires via Stanage Edge.


              9.36 Penistone Line train from Sheffield

              Sheffield Interchange at 10.335 for no 29 to Upper Denby, arrive at church - walk into village and meet and George pub
              there are two car parks, each side of the reservoir, meeting at the north side.
d then walk the full length of the main ridge. We proceed via Lud\
 in edge at Raven Stones. Follow prominent moorland edge all the way round to Chew Reservoir. Cross dam and head towards Hoarstone E
              take 273 bus to castleton . Get on at Pond Street as may be busy later and refuses to take people - also different route to the 2

  Pennine Bridleway near Chapel Farm and Heathcote. We follow this until just after it joins the High Peak Trail, where we turn West toward


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              Check that it is ok to park in pub car park
er Tor, we then go back to Shillito along White Edge.

ption to curtail the walk at Edale station for those who don\
 to Jacobs Ladder. We then return to Edale by Upper Booth.
up Dukes Road and follow this down off the moors. We then head back to the pub along the side of Agden, Dale Dyke and Strines Reservoir
Kinder Downfall, and Kinder River.
Derwent and the Limestone Way. After a pub stop at Bonsall, we return via the Cromford Canal.
e crazy through Miller\
 to Lose Hill. From there we move on to Win Hill and follow the ridge back round to our descent to Edale.
towards stegby. We then cut off west to Tersal and head up to Norwood before heading back through Lady Spencer\



 here we strike out over Hallam Moors around Redmires, with beautiful views of Sheffield and Stannington. We join Wyming Brook Drive nea
rning via Foulstone Road.
 up the rocky Grindsbrook Clough path. Once on top we turn east and head for Ringing Roger, where we descend via The Nab and Ollerbro
              train to and from Bamford

               The quickest route from Grindleford through the woods was a swamp (And there was signs warning of such). The best route p
n to Low Bradfield along the side of the reservoirs.
               Part of Sheffield Country Walk (Hounkirk moor and Blacka Plantation) Was walked in reverse totley- Fox House
ry monastery. Starting from Rufford Mill we head to Edwinstone village and then into Robin Hood Territory following forest tracks and passin
 t over Rishworth Moor before returning via Ryburn Reservoir.
  Knoll, up onto Mam Tor and we then follow the ridge via Hollins Cross to Lose Hill and back down through fields to Castleton. If it\
               bus walk
 ack south then head underneath Gardom\
 ooping back through fields via Chelmorton and Blackwell.
               train to Edale and return by train from New Mills


 circular route that passes Baslow and Calver taking in paths in woods besides rivers and on the Monsal Trail.
 d out the other side up to Hard Castle Crags in Hebden Dale. Stop in the coffee shop in woods if time. Then back over the hills via Shacklet
 to come walking with us. Optional meal at the end of the day. We walk out of Sheffield through Endcliffe Park and along the Porter Brook, b
n (pub), skirting past the edge of Carsington Water, across the Ecclesbourne Valley via the delightful Wirksworth and back down to High Pea
 luding Keppels Column, Wentworth Woodhouse and the triangular Hoober Stand. If you\
ck wander round we walk south, following the Archeological Way through Langwith Wood before turning north and heading towards Bolsove
                cannot use church car park on Sunday
 ng Abbey Brook. We then head all the way along the ridge to Hurkling Stones before dropping back down to Ladybower Reservoir and back
                run as evening walk
                evening walk
 We continue going north to get to Stanhope. We then turn north east to Milldale and the northern point of Dovedale. The final leg of the walk
                evening walk

              Part of Sheffield Country Walk, evening walk


thtaking views once we get to the top of the one very short stretch of strenuous \

              Meet at Sheffield Interchange, for no. 65, at 9.25, return from Hathersage by train/bus.\r\nLast time I booked a table in advance
              train to Hope,




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              evening walk
f the house via the aqueduct, through Chatsworth grounds, quick history lesson for anyone interested (!) at Queen Mary\
              Apparently there are NO trains stopping at Kiveton Bridge on Sunday mornings, so we can only do this on Saturdays. Trains ba
              On Penistone Line railway, check times/maintenance. Trains hourly on Saturdays and every 2 hours Sundays
              By train, Penistone Line (Sheffield to Huddersfield via Barnsley) Depart Sheffield SAT:09.36, arrive Penistone 10.18. SUN:09.3

re reaching historic Thurlstone and back to Penistone for the train home
 fields to walk over the Penistone Line tunnel to Lower Cumberworth and head back to Denby Dale passing the White Hart Inn..

              Often a burger van at Birchen Clough.
              Alternative start at CP nr Friden brickworks, SK172607.

              Transport (unless timetables change) its 9.00 at the interchange for the 273, leaving Sheffield via Crosspool, arr Fairholmes at
              Not much ascent so should be B2 or C2. I intend to lead this - Mark H

               Since this is a short walk we walkers using public transport can take the 10:30 240 bus from Sheffield, and arrive a the start rel
ent we hope for calm waters before we cross the Derwent by the stepping stones. After following the bank there\
pint at the timewarp Barley Mow in Kirk Ireton (best pub in Derbyshire - as long as we catch it when it\
 Bridge where we can enjoy an ice cream as we hop along to Higger Tor and Carl Wark. From here it\


om Heatherdene we cross the Ashopton viaduct and then up Crook Hill, across Bridge-End and Rowlee Pastures to Alport Castles. For the b

ollowed by a well-deserved afternoon tea on the Carriage House restaurant. Please note that there is a small charage ot use the car park at
             TBC
e Mine, near Sheldon, where we can wander about the old mine buildings for a while before returning to Monsal Head via Deep Dale.
 head up to Derwent Edge and follow it as far as Back Tor (#1). After a rest we descend to Ladybower via Lost Lad and quick tea/bacon sar
             http://kindertrespass.com/\r\nFollows the route of the Kinder Mass Trespass (21st April 1932)\r\nWould be good to do near the
alk through Moscar Lodge, and along Moscar Cross Road, before picking up a path to the north of the A57 which takes us down to Ladybow




             Aka Romancing the Head Stone. This walk comes from leaflets on Sheffield RA website http://www.sheffield.ramblers.care4fre
             Train to Rotherham.\r\n\r\nNote on 3 November 2008 received information from Vince:\r\n\r\nFive Weirs Walk still closed in pla
             The Five Wells neolithic ciarn is thought to be the highest such monument in the country, standing at over 430m overlooking th
nd edge out way around the side of the hill and onto the Monsal Trail. We then climb up to Monsal Head where we can get refreshments befo
             Probably plenty of car parking on rough verges.
nd (and the Cherry Tree pub) and returning to Denby Dale via Deffer Wood.

tiful tree lined Cromford canal. We cross the Derwent at Ambergate and climb up through Shining Cliff Woods before stopping for a pint with
                Suitable for an evening walk (suggested for Halloween).\r\nTransport: 218 bus leaves Sheffield Interchange at 17:40 (destinatio
                I haven\

  Chinley via Chinley Churn.
amshire. We set out through woods and a golf course to Babworth church, famed for it\
r Don and Wortley
              Two pubs in Youlgreave. When I recce\
before returning back via Grindle Clough, Ladybower Reservoir and Ashopton.
 ngstone Edge before heading to Hassop. From here we hike over to Pilsely, with a short break to stock up on Christmas goodies at the Cha
 then follow the ridge to Hollins Cross and back down through fields to Castleton.


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We then proceed to traverse both Burbidge and Stanage Edges before a drop down to Hathersage. From here we return to Grindleford.

up onto Stanage at Crow Chin. After taking in the views from along Stanage, the descent takes us past North Lees and finally Hathersage C

us a good view of Wentworth Village. We will arrive on Wentworth main street, before taking Church Drive up to the Church, and then the C

inish with a stroll along Derwent Edge admiring the views.
ky buildings along the river to Calton Lees then back over the hills to Bakewell.
own to Langsett.




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              Field15  Field16
r overlooking Ladybower. We then head
to Greno wood. Stagecoach 61/62 to High Bradfield, return from Norfolk Arms at Greno (First 17,66,77).\r\nVEB: Note that as of 2007 the N


 Ingbirchworth and Royd Moor Rese


owpath back into Marsden.
avoided by alternative, marked on map. Cutthroat Bridge gets its name from a gruesome murder in 1635.\r\nUpdate: some of the boggy stre

d some occasional moorland.

op on the way.

 y to follow the river before div


 g back into Hebden Bridge.
oirs via various edges then dropping ba


nto Cressbrook Dale, heading back
ear; in 2008 from June to November. To exclude this, your only option is to go direct to Longnor and join in there; this reduces the distance b
 akes us east towards Lady Cross before
, there is now a feasible way around the Chase from Stanfield Ash (SK320960) to the lovely Hannah Moor (SK309974) using the Boundary w
Works better taking train to Hope and walking back to Sheffield.
 by via Haddingly and the Dearne Way

 k towards Bolsterstone via Broomhead Re




e some years.

 he Peak\"! Not too s


owards Wakebridge, to Lea, D

he Fleece in Holme.


via the Dove Valley Trail and St
d crossing the A6 at Lees Bottom


 the Robin Hood Way, past Major
Cut. We then follow the Calderdal




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use moor of Combs Moss then cont
 willing to do. We took the left fork road out of Earl Sterndale and walked up to the saddle / col on the north side of the hill where a short path

 dale to The George in Alstonefie




several pints.




 walk to the brow of the rise and cross there.




 and crossing straight over the A515 towards Sparklow.




, returning via the Pennine W
OS Explorer map is misleading. I think its hard to find unless you have been there before or are following someone who has.It is also limited
ivers wishing to leave their cars at Owlerton Stadium CP at 09:00 and catch the 269 from Hillsborough Interchange at 09:15. If doing this wa

arrive Shepley around 10.30. Check times nearer date. If coming by car, meet at Shepley Station, 10.30.
ield Woods and then back round to Ca



 le at the Black Lion pub.

 and walking back around the res


stepping stones.


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 ore we head back to Chatsworth.

 e gentle walk over easy terrain.

 k to the car across the moor.


From there it\




 k to the plague village of Eyam.

 back in the Woodlands Valley v
 d into beautiful Cheedal

 nsume pints of ale in Matlock.

 ts back down to the small

 est Peaks boozer, the Ge

Wood. Nothing too strenous.




   Longnor and its fantastic
 views across to the western peaks
  back to Hartington a
  rds Chew Reservoir before descend




 eat walk for people wanting a
 rt at the A646 / A6033 (roundabout) junction in the centre of Todmorden. Take the A646 NW towards Burnley. In 1km, turn left onto Ewood L




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n Lane to Langsett reservoir and
o return to the car park.
 age works at Common Side and then onto
descending to Edale.




wn onto Dovestone Reservoir b
t the pub at Hall Wood Dyke. Next w
en south to Stainsby Mill to re



ray), finally ending up at the George and

angsett via Snow Road and Swindon

opping back across the Derwent Val




ere we set off for Meersbrook




pint? Cuppa/snack). After Gr




 for refreshments. We then head throu




t and George pub


head towards Hoarstone Edge, then Alphi
 so different route to the 272 does not go on Ecclesall Road. One section near Worral badly maintained - need to inform council. Sheffield C

here we turn West towards Pilsb


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yke and Strines Reservoir.




Wyming Brook Drive near the A5

via The Nab and Ollerbrook Booth bac


f such). The best route probably is to stay on the road out of Grindleford and take the path just before the hotel


g forest tracks and passing the

 Castleton. If it\




over the hills via Shackleton to Heb
along the Porter Brook, before
d back down to High Peak

heading towards Bolsover via Sca

 ower Reservoir and back to Fairholme


. The final leg of the walk i




 ooked a table in advance at Sangham\




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s on Saturdays. Trains back from Worksop are at quarter past every hour, but there\

enistone 10.18. SUN:09.39, arrive Penistone 10.34 Check times nearer date. Purchase return ticket to Denby Dale for best value (note: Sout


hite Hart Inn..




sspool, arr Fairholmes at 9.32. Tram back from Malin Bridge.\r\n\r\n(Walk suggested by Hannah)
              110508

, and arrive a the start relatively late at 11am. The return bus does not leave until 16:50, but there is a train alternative leaving at 15:55.




o Alport Castles. For the brave there

 ge ot use the car park at
              000000
 ad via Deep Dale.
  and quick tea/bacon sarnie
 d be good to do near the Anniversary of the Kinder Mass Trespass (21st April 1932)
 kes us down to Ladybower Reservoir. We




 heffield.ramblers.care4free.net/
irs Walk still closed in places; people keep \r\nnicking bits of the spider bridge for the metal, and \r\npart of the riverside path is flooded and e
over 430m overlooking the Wye valley near Taddington. The route follows a newly opened concessionary path to the monument from the his
can get refreshments before headi



re stopping for a pint with a v
hange at 17:40 (destination Buxton), for Owler Bar about 18:10.\r\nTrains from Dore back to station run regularly, as do buses along Abbeyd




stmas goodies at the Chatsworth




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return to Grindleford.

and finally Hathersage Church befo

e Church, and then the Coach R




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).\r\nVEB: Note that as of 2007 the Norfolk Arms has




5.\r\nUpdate: some of the boggy stretch has been paved




 in there; this reduces the distance by about 2.5m.

or (SK309974) using the Boundary walk. (I don\




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orth side of the hill where a short path leads to the




g someone who has.It is also limited to about 16 c
nterchange at 09:15. If doing this walk again or, ot




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urnley. In 1km, turn left onto Ewood Lane, signposted t




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- need to inform council. Sheffield Country Walk s




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enby Dale for best value (note: South Yorkshire Tra




ain alternative leaving at 15:55.




 of the riverside path is flooded and eroding.\
ry path to the monument from the historic upload villag




regularly, as do buses along Abbeydale Road.\r\nCo




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