Sutton in Ashfield Rambling Club Completed Rambles

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Sutton in Ashfield Rambling Club Completed Rambles

  • 5 September 2021

    Our next group walk on 5th September is to Lyme Park near Whaley Bridge. Third time lucky I hope, as it has been cancelled twice already – once due to a coach breakdown and then by the Covid lockdown.     This walk is an almost circular route of around 13 miles from Whaley Bridge via Lyme Park, Pott Shrigley,

  • 22 August 2021

    Lathkill Dale – Sunday August 22nd – Leader Martin Adkin A varied, circular walk from the picturesque village of Yougrave. From the village we descend into Bradford Dale and follow the trout-rich waters of the River Bradford. Climbing out of the dale we gain height to reach the Limestone Way. The paths cross the upland limestone plateau, as we head

  • 8 August 2021

    A varied, scenic walk starting from Grindleford Station. We ascend up to Froggatt Edge and make our way to Eyam. Lunch will be taken here, there is a choice of cafes or pub, or just sit and enjoy a pic-nic in this interesting village. Then the ‘A’ party will enjoy a brief encounter with a petrified wood, followed by blazing

  • 25 July 2021

    From Bamford Station we join the Thornhill Trail, and begin our steady ascent to the summit of Win Hill. We’ll have a well-earned break here and enjoy brilliant views, south over the Hope Valley and north along Ladybower Reservoir, Derwent Edge and Kinder Scout. We continue along the broad ridge to Hope Cross where there is a choice of routes.

  • 11 July 2021

    This varied and hilly 13 mile walk starts from the Waterloo Inn (now sadly closed) to the west of Taddington. We initially follow the Limestone Way, gaining height to give expansive views over the ‘White Peak’ country. The path leads us westwards before descending into Chelmorton Village. Leaving here the route levels off, leading through some stunning wildflower meadows. We

  • 27 June 2021
  • 13 June 2021

    A 13 mile circular walk from Ambergate. The bus will drop off in Ambergate, the route then crosses the River Derwent and follows the river into Belper. From Belper there is a climb up onto the Chevin arriving in Duffield for lunch in the park. After lunch we will cross the River again and walk up to Holbrook then across the fields

  • 30 May 2021
  • 22 March 2020

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield and District Rambling Club continues its popular diverse winter rambles programme with a scenic 12 mile linear walk between Bakewell and Baslow in the White Peak area.. There will be at least one shorter walk option. Departing from Bakewell across the golf course we turn into the Haddon estate and onwards through the delightful Manners Wood with its

  • 18 August 2019

    The club continues its popular wide-ranging summer rambles programme with an invigorating 12 mile circular ramble exploring the the attractive western fringes of the Peak District. There will be a number of spectacular viewpoints throughout the day. There should also be a shorter route option. The walk will start from the village of Upper Hulme and head north west to

  • 14 July 2019

    The club continues its popular wide ranging summer programme with a 12 mile linear walk from Hassop Station to Hathersage. At two points there will be a choice of routes,,easy with Barry or rough with Bill! There will also be a separate shorter walk option on offer. As always new members are made most welcome. The majority of the day

  • 30 December 2018

    The walk starts above Matlock at Upper Lumsdale from where we descend Lumsdale valley following Bentley Brook down to Matlock Green. Bentley Brook was the water source for a series of holding ponds, the water being used to power a series of mills (see the attached leaflet). We join the Riverside footpath along the River Derwent beneath Pic Tor. Then

  • 24 June 2018

    On Sunday the Sutton Rambling Club enjoyed their popular annual trip to the North Yorkshire coast. There was a choice of two walks both starting at the village of Burniston, three miles north of Scarborough, and finishing at Ravenscar. The main ramble will be a distance of 7/8 miles with a shorter easier 6/7 mile route available.. There will be

  • 10 June 2018

    The Sutton Rambling Club returned to the White Peak for a 9 mile leisurely linear walk, the route explores some of the lesser known dales, villages and hamlets in the heart of the Peak District, with plenty of open countryside and scenic views to enjoy throughout the day. The walk will start at a car park just off the A6

  • 27 May 2018

    The Sutton Rambling Club continued their wide ranging programme of summer walks with a spectacular 11 mile linear ramble in the Dark Peak area of the Peak District. There was a wealth of attractive scenery to enjoy as the route traverses open moorland, farm tracks, woodland and ultimately alongside the Peak Forest canal. The walk will start at Sparrowpit (grid

  • 13 May 2018

    The Sutton Rambling Club continued their summer programme with a very scenic 10 mile linear ramble through a rich variety of White Peak dales; Tansley,Cressbrook,Monsal and Deepdale.. Shorter options available en route. The walk will commence at the village of Litton (grid ref 165752) situated 1000 feet above sea level with the oldest house dating back to 1639. . We

  • 29 April 2018

    The Sutton Rambling Club continued their fortnightly summer programme with a very invigorating 10 mile linear hike taking in some very attractive countryside on the western fringes of the White Peak spanning the Cheshire / Staffordshire border. The route included grand views as we walked along the fantastic gritstone edge; The Roaches. The ramble started at The Wild Boar Inn

  • 15 April 2018

    The Sutton Rambling Club continued their wide-ranging summer programme with a steady 10 mile circular walk in pleasant rolling countryside in South Derbyshire / Leicestershire. There were good views to enjoy en route and the opportunity to visit the surrounding areas of three stately homes. The walking was fairly easy apart from a couple of steep but short hill climbs

  • 1 April 2018

    The Sutton Rambling Club visited the very spectacular scenery in the heart of the Dark Peak area. The views were dramatic with the autumn heather coming into full bloom. The linear ramble was approximately 13 miles with picnic lunch and tea en route. The walk will start at the small town of Hayfield (grid ref 038868) and head north-eastwards past

  • 18 March 2018

    The Sutton Rambling Club completed their summer programme with an attractive steady ramble on the southern edges of the White Peak around the Tissington area. There was a choice of 2 circular walks with 11 or 8 mile options. The walk offered a rich variety of scenery including picturesque dales, the Tissington Trail and rugged moorland. There were plenty of

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