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Area: Derbyshire

'The Amber Valley Routeways is a series of circular walks and rides along public footpaths and bridleways throughout the Amber Valley. A self guided leaflet accompanies each route giving d ...
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Category Amber Valley

''Our Group was formed in April 1976, in mid-Derbyshire, and now has 210+ members, from a wide variety of backgrounds and age groups, but all with a common love of the countryside ... Walks are in ...
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Category Amber Valley

'Takes place in an area known for its natural beauty and superb scenery. Popular with both novice and experienced walkers wanting to enjoy the beautiful colours of autumn and the area's fabulous vi ...
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Category Amber Valley

'The Club provides walks on Wednesdays (8/10 miles), Saturdays (9/11 miles) and Sundays (7/9 miles Every Sunday, 4/5 alternate) throughout the year, and, during summer, short walks on Thursday even ...
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Category Derby

Chatsworth House 'is the seat of the Duke of Devonshire and has been home to the Cavendish family since 1549 ... The attitudes of the Dukes regarding wider access rights have changed signi ...
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Category Derbyshire Dales

'If you’re looking for a challenge, try the Chesterfield Round Walk, a 34 mile trek through the countryside that surrounds the town. Or brave the Beast of Bolsover on a 20 mile ci ...
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Category Chesterfield

'Before you join the Group why not come out on some walks with us. Just contact the leader of any walk you are interested in and find out if it is suitable for you and that you have the right fitne ...
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Category Derby

'Towards the end of the 20th Century, the Arboretum was in decline. In 2002 the park received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to refurbish it and help bring it back to its former condition.' ...
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Category Derby

What you can expect from a walk  'Wonderful scenery. Paths that are new to you. Fresh air and exercise. A chat and a laugh. A feeling of tiredness and achievement at the end. A burning des ...
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Category Derby

'Derby Parks have a number of management plans for its designated Local Nature Reserves. These plans set out goals and actions for all partners, such as friends groups and the Derbyshire Wildlife T ...
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Category Derby

'Walkers and cyclists enjoy an unrivalled choice of waymarked paths – offering routes to suit every ability, from gentle riverside paths to challenging long-distance routes. But many people visit t ...
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Category Derbyshire Dales

Walk Writers 'We are looking to build up a list of walk guides, similar to those we have produced as leaflets. But printing is a costly and time consuming task, so we thought we might see ...
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Download from the Website PDFs of a selection of Walk Leaflets: [1] Canal Heritage Walk - - - : [2] Lock Keepers Life- - - : [3] Rail and Ales - - - : [4] Findern Historical Walk (B/W) - - ...
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Category South Derbyshire

'Nestled at the foot of Kinder Scout, Hayfield is midway between Manchester and Sheffield, sitting in the High Peak area of Derbyshire. Kinder Scout is the highest point in the Peak Distri ...
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Category High Peak

'New Mills Walkers are Welcome group has embarked on a series of leaflets describing walks in and around New Mills. These are available in printed form from New Mills Heritage Centre...
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Category High Peak

'The site is a mosaic of habitats for wildlife including wildflower hay meadows, species-rich hedgerows, semi-natural woodland and new woodland plantations, wet grassland, scrub, lakes and brook. T ...
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Category Chesterfield

'The park covers an area of 600 acres of varied landscape and has 18 miles of footpaths. It lies between the former pit towns of Heanor and Ilkeston. The other main entrance is at Mapperley, off th ...
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Category Amber Valley

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Category South Derbyshire

'Follow our Hustle and Bustle to Birds and Bluebells trail alongside the Chesterfield Canal, or try one of Transition Chesterfield's Car Free Walks. If you enjoy a pint of real al ...
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Category Chesterfield

'The circular trail takes in Shaw Wood, an ancient and Semi Natural woodland carpeted with bluebells in the spring and Oakerthorpe Nature Reserve, home to a wide range of habitats ...
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Category Amber Valley

'Allestree Park is the largest Local Nature Reserve in Derbyshire and was designated in 2002. It hosts a variety of wildlife habitats which provide the perfect home to a wide range of comm ...
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Category Derby

'Follow The Archaeological Way and you'll be walking in the footsteps of history! You are now in an ancient landscape of Stone Age hunting camps, Romano-British Settlements and Medieval De ...
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Category Bolsover

'The creation of the Touchstone Trail and all its supporting material is a celebration of community spirit. The 1,400 strong community of Bamford pulled together to create a lasting icon for genera ...
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Category High Peak

'Should you find that the route description does not match the route on the ground, either through my error or due to changes to footpaths or pub names etc., please let me know so that corrections ...
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'As you follow the Trail you will notice a series of blue plaques which are numbered on the Map. These indicate buildings which are of particular historical or architectural importance within the T ...
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Category Bolsover

'A contemporary Ashbourne resident wrote "On Tuesday 3rd December 1745, at night, the vanguard of the rebels came from Leek to Ashbourne. They were in number 2000, horse and foot. On Wednesday morn ...
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Category Derbyshire Dales

'The Borough Council promotes the use of sustainable transport. Please do your best to visit the artworks on foot, by cycle or using public transport. If you need to use a car please park ...
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Category Chesterfield

'The Chesterfield Round Walk is extremely flexible. The leaflet describes the route in a clockwise direction, though it is comprehensively waymarked in both. It passes through or close to ...
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'The objective of "Where the paths meet" is to use words and pictures to explore and share a life closer to the walking pace of Bible days, and draw lessons both for practical life and more especia ...
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Category Amber Valley

'We manage the section from Cromford to Ambergate for recreation and wildlife. The Canal has a very rich and diverse wildlife running through the attractive Derwent Valley and part of it has been d ...
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Category Amber Valley

'Goes through tranquil countryside where scarcely a house can be seen; has some of the earliest staircase locks ever built (240 years ago); is hugely popular with walkers; has some of the best cana ...
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Category Chesterfield

'The route follows, where possible, the course of the River Dane, passing Shires Head, Danebridge, Eaton, Congleton and Holmes Chapel. The second half of the route includes significant road walking ...
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Category High Peak

'No building has taken place on the line of the canal except in the city centre. The path which is there is suitable for both walking and cycling. Disabled access is available from; Swarkestone to ...
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Category South Derbyshire

'The way-marked route traverses the rolling countryside within the Districts of Amber Valley, Erewash Valley and South Derbyshire and passes through 22 Civil Parishes in the rural environs surround ...
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Category Erewash

'Derbyshire Heritage Walks was created in 2013 by Adrian Brown. While writing a book on the history of the railway between Derby and Manchester, he realised that nobody did guided ...
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Category Derbyshire Dales

'We have a legal responsibility to make sure the routes we look after can be enjoyed by everyone including walkers, cyclists and horse riders. You can find out abo ...
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Category Derbyshire

'A number of publications can be downloaded or purchased including the National Heritage Corridor and the Derwent Valley Heritage Way providing more information of the route.'


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Category High Peak

'The outward leg of this walk through Dovedale takes the traditional route to Milldale, including Lover's Leap, Tissington Spires, Reynards Cave, Lions Head Rock and Dove Holes. The return journey ...
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Category Derbyshire Dales

'The route is a mixture of disused mineral railway line, public rights of way, and roads. Whilst the entire route is available to cyclists and walkers, substantial sections between Harby and Fledbo ...
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Category Bolsover

'The route was created by Friends of the Ecclesbourne Way * with assistance from the Amber Valley and Derbyshire Dales groups of the Ramblers, and Derbyshire County Council.  From ...
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Category Amber Valley

'Get to know the Peak District and Derbyshire and explore Britain's first National Park - the Peak District National Park. Discover pretty Derbyshire villages & vibrant market towns. Whether yo ...
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Category Derbyshire

'Parking is difficult on the narrow streets and lanes so drivers are asked to take great care not to create danger or obstruct access to houses and farms and other commercial premises.'


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Category Amber Valley

'The routes are attractive but challenging through the western Peak District including Solomon's Temple, Axe Edge, Goyt Valley, Shining Tor, Lamaload Reservoir, Kettleshulme, Taxal Moor and Fernile ...
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Category High Peak

'The High Peak Trail is designated part of the Pennine Bridleway, a 130-mile (209.2 km) leisure route which starts at Middleton Top, near Cromford, and includes 73 miles (117.5 km ...
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Category Derbyshire Dales

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Category Derbyshire Dales

'Thanks to Hoof legacy funding from Sport England, the British Horse Society and the British Equine Federation and the support of the Peak District National Park ...
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Category High Peak

'This peaceful place for a family walk provides the opportunity to bird watch, with the trail providing an audio library to the birds found here, and in the autumn there is an amazing variety of fu ...
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'For many years the Trail could not follow the trackbed throughout as tunnels had been closed for safety reasons ... meaning that the Trail was diverted ... Plans to make the tunnels safe and re-op ...
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Category Derbyshire Dales

The Tours include: [1] Rishworth 'Walk in the footsteps of Romans and discover our conservation efforts' - - - : [2] Turley Holes 'Find out how water has shaped the landscape' - - ...
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Category High Peak

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Category High Peak

'It usually meets every three months at Aldern House, Bakewell, with occasional meetings at other venues. Its members bring experience of a broad range of interests including walking, climbing and ...
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Category Derbyshire

'The Peak District is an upland area in central and northern England, lying mainly in northern Derbyshire, but also covering parts of Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Staffordshire, a ...
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Category National Parks

'Walking in the Peak District offers a diverse and delightful mixture of countryside from which to choose. You may prefer to trek across exposed moorland where walkers now have more freedo ...
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Category Derbyshire

The six dales, in order, are: Biggin Dale, Wolfscote Dale, Beresford Dale, Lathkill Dale, Bradford Dale and Long Dale.


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Category Derbyshire Dales

'... Join a group guided walk, or hire your own personal walking guide and let us arrange the perfect walking tour for you. We can not only help you to discover the Peak District's beautiful hills, ...
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Category Derbyshire

[1] There's an introduction to the area - - - : [2] The walks themselves - each with a detailed description of the route and things to look out for along the way - - - : [3] Notes about the gear yo ...
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Category Derbyshire

'130 miles of the route are now open; 73 miles through Derbyshire to the South Pennines, the 47 mile Mary Towneley Loop and the 10 mile Settle Loop ... When fully open, 100% will be available for h ...
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Category Derbyshire Dales

'Originally the inspiration of walker and writer Tom Stephenson in an article published in 1935 in the Daily Herald titled "Wanted: A Long Green Trail", the Pennine Way was designated by t ...
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Category High Peak

'There are many places to join the trails network, and these all have car parking: [1] Tibshelf Ponds, on the Five Pits Trail - - - : [2] Brierley Forest Park - - - : [3] Teversal Trails Visitor Ce ...
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Category Derbyshire

'Derbyshire Area of the Ramblers covers most of Derbyshire, including some of the Peak District National Park. Derbyshire Area has more than 1500 members in four local groups based on Ambe ...
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Category Derbyshire

'Buxton Civic Association (BCA) is a registered charity established in 1967 to preserve the fine architecture of Buxton and its natural and formal landscapes, for the local community and a ...
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