Hartington - Warslow - Brund - Sheen - Hartington

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A fairly easy walk without any really difficult sections. There is only one moderately steep bank to climb and descend again, further along on the return. Most of the route is along field-paths and farm tracks, though some short sections of road-walking are required.

Most of the stiles were present, with one gateway along the line of the path chained and padlocked and a further stile obstructed by an oversize gate tied up with a complex knot of bailing twine.

The pub used on this walk is the Greyhound Inn in Warslow, which re-opened in late May 2007 after about 16 months of closure. They are walker friendly, please extend the usual courtesy of covering or removing muddy boots, though most of the bar area has tiled floors. There is a good choice on the menu, but without a salad on the hot June Sunday when last visited, except as a garnish to sandwiches. They offer a good choice of real ales with three reasonable offerings on last walking. The outside bench tables are at present all within view of the kitchen windows, so there is little provision for those carrying their own food.

England - Central England - Staffordshire - Peak District


Birds, Church, Flowers, Pub, River, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife

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