Bradley - Bradley Old Park

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From the village of Bradley the route first goes along a quiet, narrow, olde worlde country lane. Then it passes through a wood with a lake situated on the right. Next farmland is passed through on little used footpaths until Bradley Old Park is reached. The footpaths now have signs of regular use with frequent waymarks. The views are extensive on the resonably flat terrain. One or two brooks are crossed, either by wooden bridges or shallow fording. The pretty shallow valley of Hulland Brook will be traversed, then the route turns back to return to Bradley.

England - Central England - Derbyshire - Peak District


Birds, Church, Flowers, Hills or Fells, Lake/Loch, Mostly Flat, River, Wildlife
3/12/2010 - Mangal Mistry

I did this walk on 02/03/10 as it seemed like start of spring. Good start to the walk but did get confusing trying to find correct openings in so many different fields. Lot's of new stiles, new metal gates and electric fences, possibly altering exits. Highlight: entered one field, where a tribe of kids followed me all the way until I exited the field (I mean a herd of young goats). A good walk on a nice spring like day. Walk pictures at

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