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Brassington to Winster via Harbro Rocks & Ible

DateWednesday, 14 October 2020
Start10:00 am
Limit10 Spaces
Distance12 Miles
Duration300 Minutes
GradeModerate
LeaderBob Ingram
Phone 07526615382
PostcodeDE4 4HA
Grid Ref:SK234547
Lat/Long53.089445,-1.651777
O/S MapExplorer OL24
Description

A pleasant walk from Braasington, over Harbro Rocks with the miners cave, via Ible. We cover a long section of the Limestone way up to Winster, then back via Aldwark with good views on the hills. There are toilets at Winster, but can't guarantee they are open. No planned pub stops, but if we pass somewhere suitable we can stop. The nearest post code to the car park is DE4 4PW, but your sat nav may only accept DE4 4HA. The car park is actually about 300 metres along a road called Wirksworth Dale. Travelling North through Brassington, the road is on the right as you leave the village. See map.

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One Step Walkers was founded in 2010, we are part of the Nottinghamshire area of the Ramblers. We now have 200+ members, from a variety of backgrounds and age groups but all with a common love of the countryside. Why not join us in some of our activities?

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This is one of many walks for ages 40+ all led by our experienced walk leaders.

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