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This is a strenuous walk, not just long in miles, but very up and down, with three main ascents, and few significant sections of level walking. I started from Edale and finished at Surprise View Car Park, but Hope and Bamford, which are passed on the walk, make viable alternatives as start or finish points in order to shorten the walk. Edale is one of the remotest villages in the Peak District, but offers a good range of accommodation, with several campsites, a youth hostel and an inn.  Being the start of the Pennine Way...
A high level traverse – Mam Tor, Lose Hill, Win Hill, Stanage Edge – 16 miles
Region: Peak District Start at: Edale Circular Route Grid ref: SK123855 Distance: 17.3 kilometres Total ascent: 624 meters Approx. time needed: 5 hrs 21 mins Edale Circuit From the main car park walk take the road into the village, passing the Tourist Information Centre to reach The Nag's Head pub. Shortly after the pub turn right at the “Grindsbrook” signpost to a wooden bridge and a gate onto open moorland. Follow the right hand side of Grinds Brook, on a well paved route through open fields...
It was a dull, damp and dreary morning in the Peak District - not at all inspiring for running in the hills. Cloud capped Peak District hills With the air in the valley full of fine drizzle and the higher ground cloaked in wet hill fog the only positive was that the weather was much better than yesterday's deluge and than that predicted for tomorrow.  I decided on a high circle of Castleton, with a sharp climb from the valley to gain height followed by the undulating ridge. Heading out across the fields towards Losehill Hall...
Fell Running – Hill Forts and Limestone Ravines
Start at: Edale Grid ref: SK123855 Distance: 15.0 kilometres Total ascent: 612 meters Approx. time needed: 4 hrs 46 mins Map: OL1 Dark Peak Kinder Scout from Edale From the main car park walk, or the railway station, take the road into the village past the Tourist Information Centre on the right hand to The Nag's Head pub - the official start of the Pennine Way. Shortly after the pub turn right at the “Grindsbrook” signpost to a wooden bridge and a gate that allows access to the open moorland...
Kinder Scout from Edale - Peak District Walks
Tuesday dawned nice, and our first day off for - oooooo - THREE DAYS ;-) We'd just got back from ten days in Gran Canaria, so to go from this; To walking in snow was a bit of a shock to the system! However, we'd not done any 'serious' walking for two or three weeks, so Sue suggested a pull up onto Kinder Scout. This meant a climb of almost 2,000 feet, even on a nice day like today, at this time of the year, Kinder could be very 'UNKinder', weather and temperature-wise. Although it was set fair all day, we took no chances and wore...
Scouting for views by Les Singleton
Snow; fallen and frozen, air; calm, cold, crisp, sky; blue & high cloud. Fantastic conditions for a run on the higher ground of the Peak District.   Stunning winter conditions The Hope valley was wreathed in its customary cloak, the cold air, subsiding overnight forming an inversion and resulting in cold, grey conditions.  Climbing the flanks of Win Hill I emerged from the fog into stunning winter conditions. Temperatures were sub zero but the climb proved sufficient to warm all but the exposed skin on my face. ...
Winter Hills
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