Grindleford Station - Longshaw - White Edge - Grindleford

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This walk has a demanding first stage climbing onto Hathersage Moor, passing close to the disused Bole Hill quarries. From Lawrence Field it passes onto a track lined in places with unused millstones, some four rows deep.
There are sections where the route can be confusing. Hathersage Moor, an area of access land cared for by The National Trust, has many concessionary paths not shown on maps and some that are shown have not been walked for ages and have become overgrown. All paths used are present, clear and mostly easily found.
The return is easier walking and a little shorter, though it is possible to lose the path if not paying attention.
The pub used on this walk is the popular Fox House Inn on the junction of roads close to Longshaw Lodge. The pub can be busy as there is a large parking area just beyond the entrance. They offer a good-value menu and some beers on hand-pumps, though nothing special.

England - Central England - Derbyshire - Peak District


Ancient Monument, Birds, Flowers, Hills or Fells, Moor, National Trust, Pub, Tea Shop, Toilets, Waterfall, Wildlife, Woodland

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