PEAK DISTRICT

WALKS  

Before you start please read

I am sorry to say for this section in the peak district there will be no maps or distance walked, there is several reasons for this, the main one being I didn’t have the GPS mapping system for this area at this time.so just treat this section as a photo section and we should all get on ok ………………….Right where to start?

 We my better half and me (sounds like something off the royal family) decided to take our van down to the peak district for a very well deserved break, we would be accompanied by the brother & sister in-law David and Vivien who had there own van in case you where wondering and according to my log book I was having a bad time with my arty leg at this time. So I didn’t log any of the walks we did, so if I name any of the hills, buildings areas wrong you now know why.

What I can say about this section of the country was that once again I / we hade a very good time. And really I should make the time to return to this area and do some proper walking now that my ability is a tiny bit better.

Likewise I should like thank a young lady who I met in cyber space (but never in real life) who sent me many suggestions for walking this area so many  thanks Tracey or “Sunnydale” as you are know in cyber space you was a great help …..Thank you.

So you have all been warned.

 

   THE STEPPING STONES AT CHEE DALE

   MAM TOR & LOSE HILL

   ROBIN HOOD STRIDE

   DOVEDALE

    DERWENT DAM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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