Grindleford - Eyam - Stoney Middleton - Grindleford

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This walk is one of contrasts, mostly along river side or stream side paths, though also with some heather moorland, fields and woodland paths.

Mostly the paths are easy to locate and follow, the most difficult section when walked was the woodland descent behind the YHA hostel approaching the village of Eyam. The valley side path towards Stoke Ford can be muddy and slippery at times too.
The middle part of the walk is the Village of Eyam (pronounced Eem) and the village`s only remaining pub the Miner's Arms. Which is just off the main through road, near the Lydgate area of the village. They offer a good value menu and some interesting beers. The three other former pubs in the village are now converted to apartments.

England - Central England - Derbyshire - Peak District


Ancient Monument, Birds, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Great Views, Moor, Pub, River, Wildlife, Woodland

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