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


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'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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'Walking, cycling, jogging, horse-riding, canoeing, climbing – whatever your age and fitness level, there are plenty of ways to GET ACTIVE whilst you enjoy the Derwent Valley and discover more abou ...
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'Parsley Hay railway station served Parsley Hay, a hamlet about 9.3 miles (15 km) south east of Buxton, Derbyshire, on the LNWR line to Ashbourne. The nearest large settlement is the village of Har ...
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'This is a walk that links the popular high peak trail with the upper valley of the river Dove. Upper Dovedale is a lot more tranquil than the more spectacular and overloaded lower end, an ideal pl ...
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'The route is around the spectacular Longshaw Estate, formerly the hunting ground of the Dukes of Rutland. There are good paths but also sections of rough ground walking and of course some ...
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