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Goyt Valley Walks

This walk, with breathtaking views of The Goyt and surrounding hillsides, covers an area much changed over the last 150 years.  Whilst anyone travelling forward in time from that era would probably still recognise it from the lie of the land, they would be amazed at the differences that have occurred in this beautiful Peak District valley. Although only approximately 3 ½ miles long, the walk takes in varied terrain and changing scenery almost from the start, which, incidentally is about half-way down Goyt’s Lane, off the...
A Short Walk in The Goyt Valley
This Peak District walk is around 4 miles long and can be a little tricky underfoot in some places.   in winter as with any country walk bad weather may cause parts of this walks to be muddy and slippy so wear suitable clothing.   Start This walk starts along side the River Goyt if drive past the Errwood Reservoir and follow the road (one way) we started this walk you coordinates 53.2572 -1.9841 see map: from the car park walk up the road for a short while until you see a path leading to the right, before you...
Goyt Valley Walk Peak District
HIGHLIGHTS: Shining Tor Cats Tor Errwood Hall Spanish Shrine LOWLIGHTS: Exposed position on top of Tors. APPROACH: Leave Buxton on the A5004 to Whaley Bridge, at the summit of Longhill turn left onto Goyt’s Lane following the sign to the Goyt Valley. Follow the single road down into the valley and across the dam. Turn left at the t-junction following alongside of Errwood Reservoir, cross a road bridge and parking is the large car park on the right. LENGTH: 5 miles. DURATION: 2.5 hours. (Based on approx average...
The Tors Walk - Goyt Valley - 5 miles
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