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Peak District Walk the Edges From Hay Wood, Derbyshire

DateSaturday, 25 January 2020
Start10:00 am
Distance12 Miles
Walk LeaderJohn Tadman
Phone 07846448088
PostcodeS32 2HX
Grid Ref:SK257776

Start 10 am from Haywood National Trust Car park
Nearest postcode S32 2HX Grid reference SK257776. The turning for the car park is 400 metres away from the Grouse Inn, off the B6054.

A less frequented and more exposed circular route taking in White Edge Moor, the Froggatt and Curbar Edges. Good firm tracks and paths for most of the way, with moderate climbs.

We’ll see historical monuments, reservoir and Shillito wood along the route.

Dogs on leads are welcome but beware of steep edges. Please bring lunch to eat on route as there are no planned visits to pubs or cafes.

At the end of the walk we plan to visit the Grouse Inn.

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