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Set off on an exciting trip along the Dragon’s Back, where you’ll meet the challenging terrains of Parkhouse and Chrome Hill. Located in the beautiful surroundings of the Staffordshire Peaks, this adventure offers a mix of stunning scenery and a good physical test. The route takes you through eye-catching fields and up sharp hills and …

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In the Peak District, there are so many hills and high points that choosing the best view can seem daunting. In this article, I’ll make it easier for you by highlighting the top viewing spots in the Peak District and explaining what to keep in mind. Don’t forget your camera, as we explore these amazing …

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Thrope Cloud, nestled in the tranquil Derbyshire Dovedale valley, stands as a striking and prominent hill, attracting numerous visitors to the Peak District National Park. In this guide, you’ll find essential information to enhance your visit, ensuring a memorable experience. Let’s explore the allure of Thorpe Cloud together, where a journey along its path rewards …

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Nestled in Derbyshire’s Upper Derwent Valley, Derwent Dam offers a rich blend of history and scenic beauty.  Built during the early 1900s, it still stands as a testament to engineering prowess, drawing visitors for both its historical significance and breathtaking landscapes. Join me as we explore, the area and find out what you need to …

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Imagine standing atop the majestic Grin Low hill, gazing out over the encompassing landscape from Solomon’s Temple. With whispers of the past lingering in the air, this Victorian folly tells tales of Bronze Age settlers, limestone industries, and Victorian philanthropy, while presenting a panoramic spectacle of Buxton and the stunning Peak District National Park.  Join …

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Discover the charm of Win Hill, a beautiful hill nestled around some iconic Peak District spots, known for its steep ascents, panoramic views, and a historic battle from long ago. This guide is your companion to explore this wonder, providing essential details about access, parking, walking routes, local facilities, and answers to commonly asked questions, …

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Imagine standing atop a hill, wind in your hair, with sprawling views of the magnificent Peak District’s Ladybower reservoir before you. This can be you at Bamford Edge.  Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or a leisurely walker, this guide equips you with everything you need to embark on this journey.  I’ll address your parking worries, …

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Embark on a refreshing journey to Hen Cloud, a serene and picturesque hill nestled within the charming Roaches area of the Peak District. Offering breathtaking views, Hen Cloud is perfect for those wishing to soak in the serene beauty of the Staffordshire countryside. Whether you’re a seasoned rambler or just looking for a pleasant walk, …

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Nestled in the south-west edge of the Peak District, you’ll find The Roaches. Derived from the French word “roches” – meaning rocks – the name perfectly describes the craggy landscape. Popular with climbers and hikers alike, it’s a go-to for those looking to scale its peaks or simply admire them. And the reward? Breathtaking views …

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The Peak District, is renowned for its rolling hills, serene dales, and muddy moors. While it might not house the highest mountains in the country, the region’s hills and three mountains each carry geological and historical importance. In this article, we provide an in-depth overview of the top 10 peaks within the Peak District National …

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