Hulland Ward - Biggin - Hulland

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Starting from the little village of Hulland, the route goes through the village and then veers north over fields to Hulland Ward. More field-walking until the olde worlde 'time stood still' village of Biggin is passed through, then the path starts to go over undulating ground with good scenic surroundings. The path enters into a steep wood called Sheep Hills. A spot of lane-walking is then undertaken, to reach the next stage of cross-country walking.

England - Central England - Derbyshire - Countryside


Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Pub, Wildlife
11/6/2014 - Mangal Mistry

05/11/14 - I did this walk on a beautiful sunny day and it is also a really beautiful walk. Very good directions, and easy to follow. I agree with other contributors ... some of the stiles are very dodgy, although there are lots of new spring loaded gates now too. As for mud? This walk definitely has plenty of this, especially trying to enter farmer's yard at point 15 - 16. The place was almost impassable, with mud mixed in with cattle slurry .. my boots and legs were 7-8 inches deep in this foul smelling quagmire. If you can accept this ... then go ahead with this walk ... it's worth it... You can see my photos of this walk at

8/20/2012 - Walkingworld Admin

Our thanks to Ray Gillett for his full update for this walk. August 2012. Adrian (Admin)

8/1/2012 - Peter Child

We did this walk in July 2012 a week or so after all the rain. We are grateful for those that take the time and trouble to contribute walks to the website. For interest the weather that day was pleasant and dry but boggy in places after the rain, especially where cattle had been grazing. No fault of the walk but we did get stuck in about 12 inches of mud and had great difficulty getting out, retrieving a boot sucked off ones foot. Luckily near a water trough to get a handhold on something solid. Also came across a herd of too friendly bullocks which ran towards us (we did not have a dog). Hope this is of some interest.

1/27/2008 - Rosemary Bowen

We walked this walk at the begiining of Jan'08. Some of the stiles were very poorly maintained; one actually broke as we crossed it! The footpath crossed a farmyard; we were unable to access this as there was a large herd of cattle in the yard. In addition, there was one path that was very difficult to find as it was very overgrown.

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