Walk Programme


    Walk Programme

All walks leave promptly at 10am

Packed lunch and drink needed


We are unable to provide lifts to start points. If you are unsure about the start point please ring the walk leader who will be happy to give you directions

       Some Previous Walks

         Win Hill


      Kinder Scout






          Hardwick Hall




     Sheffield / Derbyshire


GRADE A: Good paths slight ascents and descents

GRADE B: Good paths moderate ascents and descents

GRADE C: Paths include some rough terrain with moderate ascents and descents

GRADE D: Some rough terrain plus harder ascents and descents


If you have any questions about a particular walk please contact the walk leader

Inclement weather may affect walks - please check with

walk leaders 24 hours before the day

 Walks for January and February 2020

1 January        Chatsworth

9 Miles / Grade B SK259685 OL24 White Peak

Start      Calton Lees car park

Route    Calton Lees, Edensor, Chatsworth House, Hunting Tower, Hell

              Bank Plantation, Beeley, Calton Lees

Leader  Bryan 07805 258958 / 01246 207789

Notes    Pay car park, dogs on lead

5 January        Walk off that Christmas Pudding

6 miles / Grade B SK291872 OL1 Dark Peak

Start       Old Rivelin Post Office carpark (free) on Rails Road linking A57

               and A6101; postcode possibly S6 6GF

Route     Rivelin PO carpark, Coppice Road, Bell Hagg, Wyming Brook,

               Rivelin Dam, Rivelin Rough, Rails, PO carpark

Leader   Karen 07522 293143 / 0114 2682337

Notes     Bring spare Christmas cake (for Mark!), slightly rocky up, down  

               and along Bell Hagg

12 January        A Walk by the Reservoir

8.5 miles / Grade B SK216874 OL1 Dark Peak

Start        Lay-by just above Cutthroat Bridge

Route      Cutthroat Bridge, Butts, Grindle Barn, Fairholmes, Ashopton

                Viaduct. Path back past Ladybower Inn to Cutthroat Bridge

Leader    Sharon 07931 993634

Notes      Free parking in lay-by. Some stony paths, flat, good paths

                around the reservoir, Pub stop at Ladybower Inn, dogs on


19 January         NOTE NEW START & ROUTE DUE TO MUD

7 miles / Grade B OL24 White Peak

Start       meet outside Co-op in Bradwell. S33 9JL

Route     Bradwell, Abney Moor, Foolow, Brough, Bradwell

Leader    Karen 07522 293143 / 0114 2682337

Notes     Uphill to start, few stiles and short bits of road walking

26 January         Derwent Delights

7.5 Miles / Grade C SK173893 OL1 Dark Peak

Start       Fairholmes P&D carpark or adjacent layby 

Route     Fairholmes, Walkers Clough, Bradfield Gate Head, Derwent

               Edge, Grindle Clough, Fairholmes

Leader   Barbara 07514 591491

Notes     Initial steep ascent of 350m. Good views.        

              Toilets & refreshments at Fairholmes.  Packed lunch. Dogs on


2 February           Hurdlow

7 Miles / Grade A SK128659 OL24 White Peak

Start        Hurdlow car park on the High Peak Trail 

Route      High Peak Trail / Moscar Farm / Monyash / Limestone Way /

                Flagg / Pomeroy / High Peak Trail

Leaders   Robert & Janet 07762 944325 / 0114 268 9499

Notes      P & D parking £4.50 last time - but might now be cards only -

                so bring cash and card. An easy walk with a cafe stop at

                Monyash if we’re cold, plus a good pub at the end. A number    

                of stiles - some tricky! Dogs on lead.

9 February         Monsal and High Dale

7.2 miles / Grade B SK185715 (approx.) OL24 White Peak

Start        Roadside parking at Monsal Head, Little Longstone Road

Route      Monsal Head, Monsal Trail, Priestcliffe, High Dale, Brushfield,

                Monsal Dale, Monsal Head

Leader    Bryan 07805 258958 / 01246 207789

Notes     Toilets at Monsal Head are now closed

16 February         Moors around Chatsworth

7 miles / Grade B SK281721 OL24 White Peak

Start         NT Carpark next to Robin Hood, Baslow

Route       Robin Hood, Hunting Tower, Park Gate, Hob Hurst House,

                 Gibbet Moor, Heathy, Lea Brook, Robin Hood

Leader     Barbara 07514 591491 / 0114 2322740

Notes       National Trust car park – members free. Refreshments

                 and toilets at pub. Some roughish moorland paths, otherwise

                 straightforward walking.

23 February         New Allotments

7 Miles / Grade C SK049868 OL1 Dark Peak

Start         Hayfield Kinder Road, adjacent to Sportsman Pub. 

Route       Kinder Road, Far Phoside, Moor Lodge, New Allotments,

                 Peep-O-Day, Stones House, Kinder Road

Leader     Malcolm 07804 591329

Notes       Dogs on lead. Free roadside parking. Toilets at start. Fields,

                 moorland and hills but good paths, some steep. Could be

                 muddy in parts.