RECENT PEAKLANDER OUTINGS

Hiking.

Navigation Day in Edale

A full-on day of navigation training commenced at the Moorland Visitor Centre in Edale. After getting to know the different map types, the information they contain, contours and practicing grid…
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Padley Gorge

Climbing up Padley Gorge following its delightful sparkling brook and sounds of tumbling waterfalls, we passed through oak woodland and stopped to observe the strange money tree. Leaving the woodland…
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Gardom’s Edge

A beautiful warm sunny day, very apt for the first day of spring. Starting at Nether End – Baslow, the walk took us through delightful young birch woodland all the…
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Kinder Scout

Heading out from Bowden Bridge, famous for the mass trespass of 1932, we made our way around Kinder Reservoir. The short scramble up Red Brook gully was exciting and gave…
Rock formations of Higger Tor in the Peak District

Higger Tor

It was a crisp February day with hardly a cloud in the sky. Starting from Longshaw estate, we made our way onto Burbage Moor, admiring views across Hethersage Moor and…
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The Roaches

The Roaches and Hen Cloud provide a beautiful day of walking along gritstone edges. These edges were formed millions of years ago by a river delta depositing eroded mountain material…
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Chrome Hill

Parkhouse and Chrome Hill are amongst some of the most distinct and well-known hills in the Peak District, Upper Dove Valley. Commonly known as the ‘Dragon’s Back’, the rugged curve…