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Great loop, lovely mix of scenery!

hiking
blowdown
rocky
scramble
8 hours ago

Awesome trail tough on the thighs though we ended up Going a different route back down though which ended up taking it to 18 mile. Would advice sticking to the route

hiking
11 hours ago

Lovely easy walk, ideal for an evening walk!

on Borsdane Woods

hiking
12 hours ago

This is a gorgeous out and back walk, through a leafy forest. You could mountain bike too, as there are paths. There are lots of dog walkers, but we were still able to socially distance as the pathways are wide.

Excellent walk, lovely mix of scenery, trail well described on here. Lots of beautiful animals and wildlife on the route.

Lovely walk. Lots of sheep and cows on the way so dogs were on and off the leads. Lovely streams for the dogs to paddle in. Lots of different types of scenery. One part where it was tricky for larger dogs to get through the sty, no bigger than labs.

Overcast and cool but perfect for walking with the dog.

I would recommend this trail for people wanting an easy well established route with no hills and good for dogs

hiking
13 hours ago

First time using AllTrails since it bought out my old app and I was sceptical but am pleased, as a lone Walker, that it was easy to use. Anyway the walk was just lovely. As recommended I went clockwise and found a few signposts when I felt I was wavering .... mixed terrain from open field, village, woodland to a tiny, tiny bit of road..... the views are outstanding and there are plenty of stops to be had .... it was a very windy and damp day so I will go back on a nicer day to make the most of the views

First of all the distance is just over 3k. 7k is from Stanford to Charney and back to Stanford. Nice trail with some wild flowers. Footpath is good condition but not suitable for buggies and mobility aids. Some of the track towards Charney end is narrow with some overgrown stinging nettles and rabbit holes in the path. The route did not have many people but with current social distancing guidelines, it will be difficult in places to let people pass. If you are running this course then I would lean towards using trail shoes.

hiking
14 hours ago

Nice trail, open in places so you’re at the mercu offstrong winds/rain. A few mistrails where you have to find workarounds but fun and varied

Lovely walk with some uphill climbs and rocky paths and a few waterfalls too

beautiful views and lovely forest bits to walk though

hiking
15 hours ago

Very pretty with many wooded areas offering good shade on a hot day. Varied landscapes. Good parking

Beautiful walk with a wonderful suprise at the end with springs, waterfalls and rocky paddling.

Great walk, especially the forest path its like something out of a movie. Definitely recommend

great walk through beautiful woodlands and generally a nice combination of forest, great views, historic buildings and open pastures. unfortunately the route description, especially for the beginning of the route is not great. follow the route via GPS to make sure you don't get lost

Lovely heathland and woodland but a lot of road noise

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muddy
rocky
17 hours ago

hiking
muddy
17 hours ago

Loved it! So much to see and the written description here and also a few information signs on the walk gave us lots of insight into the history of the area. We had a lovely afternoon doing this walk and would highly recommend it!

lovely walk, tranquil and quiet.

Good clear instructions, not too steep (my partner prefers less steep walks due to knee problems), and good variety of landscape. All paths were clearly marked and stiles well maintained. Definitely recommend. We will walk it again.

Soggy day. Tough walk for our first venture out. But the scenery is fantastic and good clear trail

This is a easy walking route and you can go through the abandoned Newlands Estate. Lovely scenery too.

There’s two walks here, the shorter of the two follows the left bank of the river underneath the viaduct and is a mixture of fields and lanes with several kissing gates which I was happy to lift our pushchair over! Eventually you hit Low Catton which you can either head into or bear left to follow a quiet road walk back into Stamford Bridge. I believe if you continue into Low Catton you can eventually cross the river and head back on the right bank into Stamford Bridge, but that’s another story and another review

hiking
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

First time in the Peak District, really enjoyed this trail. Beginning is reasonably hard, terrain is varied with boulders, paths, streams, moorland... Our tech put the distance at more like 17KM, this does feel like a long walk... Well worth it...

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