Eyam - Stoke Ford - Bradwell - Great Hucklow - Foolow - Eyam

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This walk is quite demanding, with several steep climbs and descents, mostly along moorland, field and lane paths. A little road-walking is required, with one short eighty metres section. On the return, extreme care is required on the narrow main road approaching Bradwell, as there is no roadside walkway and little verge between the road and the walls beside.

The heather moorland sections offer good views and excellent birdwatching on occasions.

The return route offers easier, lower level field-walks with short road-walking sections. Some paths can be tricky to spot the turning points, with few landmarks of any note.

The pub used on this walk is now called The Shoulder of Mutton. On recent walks in this area, it has become apparent that, although there is a good choice of beers, they do not offer a food menu of any kind. It also seems that they do not open at lunchtime mid-week. There is another small pub, The Bowling Green, at Smalldale, adding about a mile to the walk, this does offer food. It is perhaps advisable to carry food for this walk. Other pubs on the route are the Queen Anne at Great Hucklow and Bull's Head at Foolow.

England - Central England - Derbyshire - Peak District


Birds, Church, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Moor, Museum, Wildlife, Woodland

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