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bugs
22 hours ago

Beautiful walk around this very pretty area. Unfortunately the views on the moors were under fog so visibility was poor. There were some rocky paths and slight climbs but not too strenuous. Would recommend and will be back when the sun is shining ☀️

Nice walk and views. Downhill all the way back!!

Fun, quick trail. Easy to navigate and plenty of variety along the way. Nice to head into Bakewell for lunch afterwards. We had delicious lunch at the Gallery Cafe but there were plenty of tempting options!

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bugs
off trail
rocky
3 days ago

lovely walk. I would say it's more of a medium trail than easy with. it recorded 5.06 miles around

Lovely round walk!

A bit steep and slippery in places but well worth it for the views

walking
8 days ago

Recommended for walking with athletic dogs, even enjoyable on a rainy day - as long as you have the correct boots/waterproofs, weekdays I find the best to walk here as it is a lot less busy!

Did a short part of this walk today with my dog. it's really nice, views are beautiful. however, I cannot give it full stars as my dog had to be on the lead the whole time. wouldn't recommend this for a dog walk

nice walk mystical place very calm quite spooky

The path is mostly gravel and relatively flat but there are some slightly rocky sections about halfway through. The rocky sections had small streams running through but these could be easily stepped over.

Perfect short route with amazing views. Parking at the start and a steady climb all the way through. Sheep and cows in the fields make it even more entertaining.

Excellent walk for the family, not too much up and down (moderate) but starts high up so still spectacular views. Plenty of rocks along the ridge for kids that like to climb (just not too close to the edge).

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muddy
no shade
rocky
scramble
16 days ago

hiking
16 days ago

Not a bad trail at all! The hills to the north are pretty steep and the steps around Thor's Cave are slippery so I wouldn't rate this as an easy route. Sometimes you need to be a little explorative to find the public footpaths. Nice views and walks along the river.

great app. perfect in all aspects.

beautiful and very picturesque walk. easy to moderate. very easy track to follow. At start in Hartington don't walk down first lane by telephone box and then across field carry on to next lane on right.

steep stretches at either end of the loop (Jacob's ladder and the valley stream), but lots of fun and a good view from the top. going clockwise I got a little lost from the most northern point to the south east, but heading in the general direction across the moor, you should find the edge you walk along. very windy on the western edge where we stopped for lunch but well worth the climb.

lovely walk on a nice day! can be windy on exposed bits/top of shutlingsloe when not as nice. great views from top, worth the little climb at the end!! nice easy walk for dog too supposed to be on lead over moors part (although not many seem to stick with that rule)

left my weed in the cave. only to come back later and find an old couple smoking it. damm near hotboxed the cave. otherwise this get 5 stars

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rocky
24 days ago

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bugs
24 days ago

Another great trail! Again lots of variety from wooded glens and moorland to streams and great views. If you go then you have two choices... Clockwise is the best option if you want to do most of the climbing straight away and then spend the rest of the hike going downhill. Anti-clockwise if you want nice paths that gently take you over a couple of hours to the top. No really sharp inclines to worry about. But could be a bit tough on your knees going downhill towards the end. Either way it’s definitely worth the trip!

Pretty nice walk around Titesworth Water with some great views. Easy for all levels

easy. good for families. plenty of off lead areas for dogs to stretch their legs. places to stop to refuel and very interesting too.

Excellent, really enjoyed it! Fabulous scenery across the fens. My only criticism would be, the walk is not very well sign posted and we struggled to find our way around.

Great walk. Even in the wind and rain. Beautiful views from the roaches and lud's church is a really special place. A must see. Moderately challenging but we managed with 3 children (12,10,6) - the ice cream van at roaches end really helped!

hiking
26 days ago

Enjoyed the walk,more of a work-out than we thought it would be (as wrongly assumed round the reservoir would be flat!). May 2019

This is a beautiful walk along Ladybower reservoir, then up across 4 tor’s before reaching Derwent edge. Nice clear route and well sign posted. Would definitely do this again in summer as the rain clouds blocked our views at the top. Nice little pub at the end too.

we went right around this path. I would recommend turning left as coming down the stones was difficult in parts especially if wet. really enjoyable hike!!

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