Sutton in Ashfield Rambling Club Completed Rambles

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Sutton in Ashfield Rambling Club Completed Rambles

  • Alton

    We explore part of the beautiful landscape of South Staffordshire today, with this 12-mile circular walk from Denstone in the Churnet Valley. Highlights include a walk through the delightful village of Alton and the haunting ruins of the Cistercian abbey at Croxden. In general, this is a very pleasant walk, with just one really long climb out of Dimmings Dale.

  • Tideslow Rake

    This interesting walk starts from Bamford at the junction of the Mytham Bridge old road with the A6013. After crossing the road we follow the River Dewent initially before turning up to Offerton Hall and onto Offerton Moor. We continue over Shatton Moor before descending into Bradwell for lunch. There is cafe (outside seating) and toilets. After lunch we will

  • Derwent Moors walk

    On this lovely walk, we explore the high moors to the north of Hathersage and east of the Ladybower Reservoir, passing stunning views, edges, ancient monuments and wild moorlands. We begin at Hathersage and proceed via Bamford Edge, Moscar and Strines to the Fairholmes Visitor Centre, a distance of approximately 13 miles. Our walk begins in Hathersage, where toilets are

  • Hardwick Park

    The walk starts at 7pm. Wednesday evening 1st May. The first of our local evening walks, begins from the Hardwick Inn carpark (the main larger car park down the lane from the pub). The route takes us up the lane past the Inn, where we turn left at the cattle grid and make our way along a woodland walk towards

  • Crich

    This will be a steady, scenic, 14 mile circular walk, starting and finishing on the A610 at Ambergate.     We cross the road, and on into The Birches and then through Shining Cliff Woods. On to Alderwasley Park and then along field paths to Long Wood and Mill Wood. We then reach the B5035 past Meerbrook Farm and along

  • Monsal Head

    The walk starts from Monsal Head which is one of the most photographed locations in England. The walk includes so much absolutely fabulous dales scenery.     We follow the ridge heading north west before dropping down into Hay Dale. Great views of the viaduct and the River Wye. Walking up the minor road befor heading to Wardlow Hay Cop

  • Gritstone Trail – Part Three – The Final Frontier!

    This ramble completes our epic Gritstone Trail series of superb scenic walks. From Rushton Spencer, we proceed via ‘The Cloud’ and Mow Cop to the end of the Trail at Kidsgrove. Several other interesting names en route too! The distance is around 13 miles. There are no refreshments available during the walk. Please bring adequate food and drink with you.

  • Chatsworth

    This interesting and varied twelve mile circular walk starts from Rowsley. We walk through the fields to Carlton Lees, then up onto Carlton Pastures, through Ball Cross wood to the road. Follow the road for a short distance then take the track down to the pretty village of Edensor, where there is a tea room. From Edensor the walk takes

  • Bennerley Walk

    Bennerley Walk 3rd March 2024 (Revised Itinerary) Our next Sunday walk is something very different – a varied and interesting trip through history as we explore some of the hidden delights of the Erewash Valley and its surrounds. The walk begins at the edge of Kimberley and finishes in the pretty village of Strelley. Highlights include the spectacular Bennerley Viaduct,

  • The Edges

    Experience some of the best scenery in the peak, various gritstone edges will be included. More details to follow. As ever everyone welcome, just turn up at your preferred bus stop. (See Programme in home page and scroll to the coach pick-up details)

  • Ashover

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield Rambling Club continue their winter programme with a pleasant 10 mile circular ramble  exploring a rural area of North East Derbyshire adjacent to the Peak District. We will visit a number of villages and hamlets and also Ogston Reservoir. There  should be an alternative shorter ramble available. We continue to be pleased to welcome new members to the

  • Vale of Belvoir

    A walk of around 8 miles through two counties Leicestershire and Lincolnshire passing by lovely villages of honey coloured ironstone described by a resident as “a little Cotswolds..but more a secret location” Our walk commences at the foot of Belvoir Castle, 19th century home of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland. We make our way across fields to Woolsthorpe By

  • Stanton Moor

    Why not join us for our first walk of 2024. No need to book, just turn up at the most convenient bus stop. Start on the A6 opposite Haddon Hall. Walk over Haddon fields and drop down into Lathkill dale. Alport, Bradford, Elton, Birchover. Over Stanton Moor to the Nine Ladies Stone Circle. Descend through Endcliffe Quarry to Stanton Woodhouse

  • Cromford

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield  Rambling Club continue their winter programme with a walk in the Cromford area. It will be a steady enjoyable 8 mile circular walk from Cromford Meadows with plenty of opportunity for refreshments during the day.  The club are always very pleased to welcome new members and also hope that as many members as possible will be able to

  • Matlock

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield Rambling Club continue their popular fortnightly winter programme with a 9 mile linear ramble in a scenic part of the White Peak area. We are very pleased to continue to welcome new members and can usually offer an alternative shorter walk. The ramble will commence from Lickpenny Lane on the B6014 to the east of Tansley. We then

  • Whitwell Moor

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield  Rambling Club continue their popular winter programme with a 9 mile linear walk, in a rarely visited area of the Dark Peak. There is an Interesting mixture of moorland, woodland walking and a reservoir. As always the club are very pleased to continue to welcome new members. There is usually a shorter walk option. Please ensure that you

  • Cordwell to Cutthorpe Circular

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield Rambling Club continue their wide ranging winter programme with an 8.5 mile circular walk in an area to the west of Chesterfield on the fringes of the Peak District. There will be some interesting historical features en route and also some tempting real ale pubs to visit. As always the club are very pleased to welcome new members.

  • Grindon

    This ramble traverses a beautiful and relatively unexplored area just to the west of the River Manifold. Our route is from Ilam to Hulme End via Grindon and Warslow. This is our first ramble after we put the clocks back, so is slightly shorter than recent walks, at 11 miles. Please bring along any food and drink you require for

  • Padley Gorge

    The Sutton Rambling Club complete their attractive summer programme with a 12/13 mile mile linear walk in the White Peak featuring the, spectacular Padley Gorge, picturesque moorland walking and a delightful finishing section by the River Derwent. A shorter walk option should be available and ,as always, potential new members are always most welcome. The walk will start by the

  • Wardlow Hay Cop

    We start from Eyam, where there are toilets. Walk over to Foolow for a short early break. There is a small church where you can get a hot drink. From Foolow the route goes to Grindlow and Wardlow Mires then into the top of Cressbrook dale. There will be an opportunity to climb Peter’s stone before heading up Tansley dale

  • Hartington

    A lovely twelve mile circular walk in the White Peak. We start our walk at the village of Alstonefield in the Staffordshire Moorlands. There are toilet facilities here for those that may need them. We make our way down to Milldale a delightfully positioned hamlet with a packhorse bridge on the River Dove in Derbyshire. A brief pause here to

  • Gritstone Trail – Part two.

    The 12 mile ramble  covers the middle stage of our superb Gritstone Trail exploration, between Tegg’s Nose and Rushton Spencer. This part is very different in character to stage one. The scenery is of course really excellent, including some of the finest views along the whole of the Gritstone Trail. There are no facilities once we leave the start until

  • The Roaches

    An interesting and varied walk with spectacular views throughout the course of the day. The 12 mile circular walk starts from the village of Upper Hulme. Taking in the gritstone ridge of The Roaches, and the rocky rift of Lud’s Church. The lunch stop is at Gradbach. Refreshments available but card only payment. In the afternoon this excellent route has

  • Chrome Hill

    We continue with our  attractive summer programme with an 11 mile linear walk  in the White Peak  between Flash  and Hartington. There  will  be picnic stops for lunch and tea  and a possible pub stop at Crowdicote.    The ramble will start from the village of Flash high up on  Axe Edge close to the source of the River Dove.

  • Two Dales

    An area that the club hasn’t walked in for several years. Starting at Rowsley, toilets will be available, we follow the River Derwent for a short way before heading up through the woods by Smelting Mill Brook. We reach the small hamlet of Fallinge. We stay high through fields and drop down by the minor road before continuing to Copy

  • Chee Dale

    The club return to the White Peak for a very attractive 12 mile linear ramble between Taddington and Bakewell. There should be a shorter walk option available.      Highlights of the day will include Chee Dale, Millers Dale (lunch stop with cafe and toilets) and Monsal Head. The ramble will start near the village of Taddington on the A6

  • Shutlingsloe

    A scenic 13.5 mile circular walk from the Cat and Fiddle, taking in the distinctively shaped hill, Shuttlingsloe, 1660 feet. It is also known as the ‘Matterhorn of the Peak’. Please take sufficient food and drink with you for the day, as there are no facilities en-route.    We start with an easy ascent of Shining Tor, followed by the

  • Kinder Downfall

    We start from the Mam Tor car park, then descend into the Vale of Edale to Barber Booth, then along to Upper Booth. A steady climb up Jacob’s Ladder and we reach the highest point of Kinder Scout at Kinder Low. Then along the edge of Kinder with great views, to reach Kinder Downfall. After a break here we’ll go

  • Charlesworth walk

    To afficionados of Peak District walking, it will come as something of a relief that the club is returning to more northerly latitudes for our next excursion. A 12-mile circular ramble takes us through the dramatic landscapes to the north of Hayfield. Our route takes us to Lantern Pike, with panoramic views of Kinder Scout. We then proceed via Knarrs

  • Yoxhall – Staffordshire Ramble

    There is a choice of two walks for the next ramble date. You don’t have to decide which one you want to go on until the time comes to start the walk. A) The main walk titled Yoxhall is as follows. It is a shorter, pleasant and easy route, with plenty of time for conversation, tea, cakes, or beer and

  • Gritstone Trail – Part 1 – Disley to Tegg’s Nose

    Our next ramble is an 11 mile walk along the northern section of the Gritstone Trail, from Disley to the Teggs Nose car park near Macclesfield. The itinerary includes the very popular Lyme Park and a monument called White Nancy. There is wonderful scenery all along this walk, so one not to be missed! I have already had requests from

  • Limestone Way – Part 4 -Monyash to Castleton

    This 14 mile walk, is the final stage of the Limestone Way taking us from Monyash to Castleton. From Monyash we head over to the village of Flagg then, utilizing some quiet lanes and farm tracks, where we will have a short break, we reach and cross the A6 at the Waterloo Pub, now sadly closed. Here we deviate slightly

  • Ilam Walk

    The final walk of our Winter programme covers yet another rarely-visited corner of the Peak District. This time we shall be exploring the remote upland area west of Ilam. Our walk commences at Ilam Hall and continues via Throwley Moor, Calton, Blore and Mappleton to Thorpe, a distance of approximately 12 miles. Please bring adequate food and drink, as no facilities

  • Turnditch

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield Rambling Club continue their popular diverse winter programme with a 13 mile circular walk from Belper Mills, exploring pleasant countryside in South East Derbyshire.  There should be a shorter walk option. As always the club are very pleased to continue to welcome new members and this would be a good initial ramble to choose. The ramble will start

  • Limestone Way – Stage 3 – Bonsall to Monyash

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield  Rambling Club continue their popular winter programme with a very attractive 12 mile section of the Limestone Way encompassing a rich variety of scenery. There should be a shorter walk option.   As always  the club are very pleased to continue to welcome new members and this would be a good  initial ramble to choose. Please ensure that

  • Ashover / Lumsdale Valley

    The club continue their increasingly popular fortnightly winter rambles programme with an attractive 11 mile linear walk between Higham and Matlock in the south eastern margins of the White Peak. The highlight of the walk will be the stunning Lumsdale Valley in the afternoon. There will be a shorter walk option. It is gratifying to continue to welcome new members

  • Sheldon ramble

    Sheldon Walk, 5th February 2023 We return to the Peak District for this varied and interesting 11 mile walk from Rowsley to Ashford-in-the-Water, via Over Haddon and Sheldon. This includes several spectacular views. It also passes several historic sites, including Haddon Hall and the ruins of the Magpie Mine. Slightly more undulating than the last two walks! We begin our

  • Cresswell Crags & Clumber Walk

    Today we explore some interesting and attractive landscapes in North Nottinghamshire, for a change. We did this walk a few years ago and it proved very popular. A short coach ride means more daylight for walking on this very pleasant and relatively gentle 10 mile walk at the end of January.        We begin our perambulation on the

  • Chatsworth Ramble

    After the Christmas break, the Sutton Rambling Club resume their popular fortnightly winter programme with an attractive, gentle 9 mile linear walk in the White Peak. A shorter option  should be available. As always we are pleased to welcome new members. The ramble will start from Matlock and follow the Derwent  Heritage Way through pleasant countryside, alongside the River Derwent.

  • Local Festive Walk – Cauldwell Road, Mansfield

    In the absence of a walk on our usual walking Sunday (Christmas Day) Dave Coleman has offered to lead a local walk on Wednesday 28th December. The walk will start at 9.30 prompt from Cauldwell Dam, Cauldwell Road. Ramblers need to carry their own food & refreshment. Ramblers would have to make their own way to the start. Caudwell Road is a dead end road with ample

  • Cromford Christmas Ramble

    The club continue their winter programme with the traditional Christmas gamble in the Cromford area. There will be a 7 mile linear walk with an extended lunch break at the Boat Inn at Cromford. The club are always pleased to welcome new members. The ramble will commence from the A615 near Tansely, and we follow quiet lanes and footpaths to

  • Manifold Valley area

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield Rambling Club continue their winter rambles programme, with a 10 mile linear walk in the southern part of the White Peak. This will be a pleasant route along well-defined paths, with attractive scenery throughout the day. There will also be a shorter route option. The walk will start at Ilam village, with toilets available. After walking down to

  • Froggatt Edge

    We start this 12 mile walk from Eyam car park. Toilets available. We have a steady ascent up towards Sir William Hill. On then to the trig point on Eyam moor and great views as we descend to Stoke Ford where we’ll have a break. Then along the valley to Hazleford. We drop down to the River Derwent at Leadmill,

  • Combs Moss

    Here we go again, with another walk on the wild side – an 11.5 mile linear ramble from Buxton to Whaley Bridge via the spectacular Combs Moss. This is another rare area for us to explore – and our first ramble after the switch from BST to GMT, unfortunately! Combs Moss is a kind of miniature version of Kinder Scout

  • Grindleford and Longshaw Ramble

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield Rambling Club complete their summer programme with an attractive 12 mile linear walk from the Robin Hood Inn to Baslow village  on the northern fringes of the White Peak.  Lunch break at Longshaw. There  should be an alternative shorter ramble available. We are always pleased to welcome new members to the Club. The ramble commences at the Robin

  • Eyam and the Last Chance Bridge

    The ramble starts from the village of Calver and initially heads westwards to Deep Rake overlooking Cooms Dale. We then pick up an old drovers road twards Black Harry Gate and then turn north past Cavendish Mill. Then the route crosses the A6 and continues through Middleton Dale along an overgrown wooded path. This will take us to our lunchtime

  • Vale of Belvoir

    Vale of Belvoir – Two Counties, a Canal and a Castle. The walk takes us through the Vale of Belvoir through rural Leicestershire across the border to Lincolnshire with a finish back in Leicestershire and we encounter the delightful 18th century Grantham Canal and imposing Belvoir Castle en-route. Our walk starts at the village of Harby in the the County

  • Cracken Edge

    Cracken Edge Walk, 4th September 2022 A ‘cracking’ 12 mile circular walk from Whaley Bridge to Hayfield and back, circumnavigating Chinley Churn. We shall explore the old quarries along Cracken Edge and the extensive historic canal basin at Buxworth, amongst other places en-route. Weather permitting, there will be splendid views all around.     Our walk begins at the public

  • Leek Walk, Staffordshire

    A 12 mile circular walk around the town of Leek, in North Staffordshire. It has been called the “Queen of the Moorlands” It is built on a hill within a valley, within a loop of the River Churnet. New members are always most welcome. A shorter walk option is usually available. The ramble starts at Ladderedge Country Park, south-east of

  • Hayfield – Kinder Scout – Edale – Castleton

    A beautiful walk, giving some of the best views in the Peak District. A few ascents and descents. The last time the club did this walk was August 26th 2018. It was torrential rain and high winds. Of those who stayed on the coach to Hayfield, about twelve set off, and after battling gale force winds a few more turned

  • Alton and the Churnet Valley (Staffs).

    On the 24th July, we have another exhilarating adventure in a relatively unknown area on the southern fringes of the White Peak, visiting Waterhouses, the Weaver Hills, Wootton Lodge, the JCB Test Track (honest!), the amazing village of Alton and the beautiful Churnet Valley. The distance is approximately 12 miles.     Our perambulation begins in Waterhouses, just west of

  • Stanage Edge

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield Rambling Club continue their attractive summer programme with a choice of walks focussing on Stanage Edge, the mighty gritstone escarpment, on the edge of the Dark Peak area. There will be stunning views to enjoy whichever route you select. As always the club are very pleased to welcome new members. The rambles will start from Grindleford Station and

  • Lathkill Dale

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield  Rambling Club continue their summer programme with another attractive  walk in the White Peak area. This  ramble  will explore  the Lathkill Dale, one  of the most spectacular limestone valleys in the UK. The main 12 mile route will start at Monyash and finish at Winster. As usual there will be a shorter walk option.  The club are always

  • Manifold Valley

    This varied and scenic 13 mile walk takes in some of the best countryside in the White Peak area. We start from Hulme End, at the northern end of the Manifold Valley. (Toilets available). A short walk along the valley limbers up the legs for an uphill path leading to the top of Ecton Hill. There are several remnants of

  • Rudyard and The Cloud

    Our expedition on the 29th is a 12 mile walk through the fringes of the Staffordshire Moorlands. We shall visit several beautiful places rarely, if at all featured on previous group walks. We begin the trek at Rudyard and finish around 6:30 pm at Rushton Spencer, finishing point of our recent Three Shires Head & Dane Valley ramble. We begin

  • Red River – evening walk – Wednesday

    The walk is in the area of Loscoe and Heanor, and takes in some pleasant countryside and finishes along the Red River Nature Reserve. Everyone welcome, no need to book, just turn up and it is free as well. Distance will be about five miles.  

  • Castleton

    Castleton and the Long Ridge. Panoramic views through some of the most admired and stunning parts of the Peak District. The walk starts in the Hope Valley at the pretty village of Hope were the River Noe and Peakshole Water meet. There will be a steady climb up to Lose Hill with splendid views of Kinder Scout. The ridge is

  • Hardwick Park evening walk

    The first in our series of local evening walks. Meet at the Hardwick Inn car park S44 5QJ – ready to start walking at 7pm. This is a free event. All welcome. Dogs on leads allowed (livestock will be present). A walk in and around Hardwick Park, followed by optional drinks at the Inn afterwards.  

  • Saddleworth Moor and The Trinnacle

    This eleven mile walk offers excellent views from the edges of Saddleworth Moor, a scramble up Birchin Clough beside the waterfall, an opportunity to climb The Trinnacle, Ravenstones, plus a visit to the highest constructed reservoir in England and concludes at Alphin Pike with magnificent views towards Manchester and over the Cheshire plain. The walk commences at the Dovestone Reservoir

  • Bretton Clough walk

    This will be a scenic and varied walk. We start from the ‘plague’ village of Eyam (toilets available) and follow field paths to Foolow village. We’ll have a short break here, by the pond. Then a walled track leads us to Grindlow, from where we ascend up to the lane near Eyam Edge. A footpath takes us down into Bretton

  • Via Gellia – Cromford area Ramble

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield Rambling Club continue their winter programme with a 12 mile, near circular walk, criss-crossing the Via Gellia in the south of the White Peak area. The Via Gellia is a steep sided wooded dry valley/road probably named after Philip Eyre Gell who was responsible for constructing the road around 1790. The walk starts in Cromford from a bus

  • Limestone Way – Part 2 Thorpe to Bonsall

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield Rambling Club continue their winter programme with another attractive linear walk, this time covering a beautiful section of the Limestone Way between Thorpe and Bonsall. A steady 12 mile ramble. We will start at Thorpe. with a slight deviation from the official route in order to avoid a potentially busy road. Heading first for Thorpe Pastures and then

  • Three Shires Head walk

    This is a very beautiful linear walk with options of approximately 9 or 12 miles along the Dane Valley. It covers no less than three counties. The walk commences at Danebower on the A54 south east of Buxton. Our destination is the pretty village of Rushton Spencer. The walk commences at Danebower, where we descend from the road past a

  • Stanton Moor

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield Rambling Club continue their winter programme with another attractive walk in the White Peak area. This will be a ten mile linear walk from Winster to Baslow, covering a variety of good scenery. As always the club are very pleased to welcome new members and this would be a good steady initial ramble to choose. We start near

  • Cromford / Lumsdale Ramble

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield Rambling Club continue their winter programme with an attractive 10 mile linear walk from Black Rocks to Matlock via Cromford. As always the club are very pleased to welcome new members and this would be a good steady initial ramble to choose. From Black Rocks we pick up the High Peak Trail and walk the slight incline up

  • Dove Dale Ramble

    Dove Dale Ramble. Sunday 23rd January 2022 Dove Dale is a fantastic area for walking with atmospheric scenery and views. There will be hopefully a short and long option. The longer route. Approximately 11 miles will start from Ilam village and head for Bunster Hill with the possibility of going to the top of the hill or going by the

  • The Limestone Way – Part One

    This is a great opportunity to walk the Limestone Way. A 46 mile route from Rocester in Staffordshire to Castleton in the Hope Valley. Over the coming months we will be walking the whole route, in four sections. This walk covers the first section, starting from the village of Rocester in the Dove Valley, just outside Uttoxeter. The route heads

  • Chatsworth – Mince Pie Ramble

    The walk starts from the Coach Park/Cattle Market in the village of Bakewell. We leave Bakewell in an easterly direction, crossing the Golf Course and rise up through Manners Wood to Calton Pastures. We then enter the Chatsworth Estate thru New Piece Wood – the Russian Cottage visible to the left just before we enter the estate. On exiting the

  • Christmas Ramble – Cromford

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield Rambling Club continue their fortnightly winter programme with an easy 8 mile linear walk from Ambergate to Whatstandwell Bridge. This will be the always enjoyable Christmas Ramble with an extended lunch break at the Boat Inn in Cromford village for a buffert (this is optional, and needs to be pre-booked) and an informal sing-song. There will be a

  • Wolfscote Dale Ramble

    The Sutton-in-Ashfield Rambling Club continue their winter programme with a steady, nine mile circular ramble from Alstonefield, in the White Peak. A variety of attractive scenery to enjoy, including two beautiful dales and panoramic hilltop views. The walk begins at the tranquil village of Alstonefield and after viewing the Greenwell we head north to Narrowdale Hill. There will be the

  • Ecclesbourne Valley

    The Ecclesbourne Valley runs from Wirksworth down to Duffield, where it joins the Derwent. Today’s walk explores the beautiful countryside and some of the history of this picturesque river valley and its tributaries. Please note that we shall not be following the official Ecclesbourne Way, except for a few short sections of that route. We have only a relatively short

  • Longshaw – Higger Tor – Burbage – Baslow

    The Sutton Rambling Club launches its fortnightly winter rambles programme with a spectacular 11 mile walk on the borders between the White Peak and the Dark Peak. During the day there will be occasions when an easier route can be taken. The club would be very pleased to welcome potential new members. The coach will drop us off near the

  • Alport Castles

    The final walk of the summer programme sees the group visiting the Ladybower Reservoir and Alport Castles. The distance is approximately 12 miles. We begin our walk at the Fairholmes Visitor Centre, adjacent to the Ladybower Reservoir and the Derwent Dam. There are toilets and refreshments available here. We shall walk past the Derwent Dam and along the west shore

  • Dove Dale

    Start at Thorpe and descend into Lin Dale. There is an option to go up Thorpe Cloud here whilst the main group walk down Lin Dale to the Stepping Stones in Dovedale where we will regroup. (We do not cross the stepping stones).  The main walk will then climb steeply up to the high path above the dale which we

  • Miller’s Dale walk

    The last time the club did this walk was 20th February, 2020. We were in the eye of Storm Dennis, with gale force winds and lashing rain. The hardy, or fool-hardy group of eleven left Monsal Head. Standing up was difficult, let alone moving forward in a straight line. At one point Stan was pinned to a barbed-wire fence, unable

  • Lyme Park ramble

    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,

  • Latkill Dale ramble

    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

  • Eyam walk

    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

  • Win Hill

    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.

  • Chee Dale

    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

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