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|Grindleford and Hathersage|
|Author: Mattreed, Published: 25 Sep 2016||Walk rating : Rating:|
|Derbyshire, Peak District|
|A 6 mile circular walk from Grindleford Railway Station to Hathersage and back through the Hope and Derwent Valley, returning along the Derwent River. There are great views throughout. |
The walk follows a mixture of surfaced tracks, pavements and unmade paths through fields and woodland (the latter of which can get muddy). You will need to cross one stile along the route (which is on the return leg). You will be sharing some of the fields with sheep so take particular care with dogs. Allow 3 hours.
There is a regular train from Sheffield to Grindleford Railway Station which takes about 20 minutes. There is the option of getting the train back from Hathersage back to Grindleford halfway through the walk.
|Start to Millstones|
Start point: 53.3055 lat, -1.6253 long
Head across the railway bridge next to Totley Tunnel and follow the twisty rough unmade lane across the hillside from Grindleford Station towards Hathersage. There are excellent views of the Derwent Valley, Miller’s Edge and the Dark Peak. Just a short distance from the railway station, you’ll find the ruins of Padley Hall and the intact Padley Chapel and, further along, there are 5 millstones on the side of the path.
|Millstones to Footpath|
Start point: 53.3133 lat, -1.6345 long
Continue along the lane to the end, where it meets the main road (A6187). Turn left and head down the road (which has a pavement all the way) towards Hathersage. Just after a right-hand bend you will see a footpath sign to the left.
|Footpath to Hathersage|
Start point: 53.3274 lat, -1.6495 long
There is the option here of coming away from the road and going down through the fields before rejoining the road into Hathersage. Alternatively you can simply continue straight along the road into the town.
|Hathersage to David Mellor Design Centre|
Start point: 53.3305 lat, -1.6536 long
Follow the road through Hathersage and turn left at the junction opposite the George Hotel at the bottom of the hill (signposted for Grindleford and the cutlery factory).
|David Mellor Design Centre to Coppice Wood|
Start point: 53.3253 lat, -1.652 long
Just before the river bridge, cross the road and take a left turn down a lane, following the wooden fingerpost. Follow the road right as it continues alongside the river. Just short of the house at the end of the lane, take the stile into the flood meadow and continue through fields and woods that follow the course of the River Derwent. The walk heads follows the course of the River Derwent through floodplains and woodland before re-joining the unmade lane that leads to Grindleford Station.
|Coppice Wood to End|
Start point: 53.3127 lat, -1.6415 long
At the wooden post signed left for a shortcut Grindleford Station do NOT take the left shortcut but instead take the right fork to Nether Padley.
Text and images for this walk are Copyright © 2016 by the author Mattreed and may not be reproduced without permission.
New year's Day Walk
|By tracey70 on 01 Jan 2017|
19th Feb 2017 pleasant scenic walk mainly on the flat, good for those less energetic days. Good easy to follow directions and mapping (love the Gps maps). Will return in a different season and try out the local offerings, the cafe at the end is well supported.
|By Pete+Ashmore on 20 Feb 2017|
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