Rushup Edge & Crowden Tower from Edale Walk
Walk 1264 - Route Maps & Profile
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The Peak District National Park suffers from a split personality with its contrasting White and Dark Peaks. Within easy distance from Manchester, Sheffield and the Midlands there is much for the visitor to see. The contrast between quiet limestone dales and wild upland moors provides the basis for a diverse range of walks within this National Park with scenic variety the keynote. More Information
Derbyshire has a wide range of walking to suit all abilities. The best walks are within the boundaries of the Peak District National Park with the limestone dales of the White Peak and wild gritstone moors of the Dark Peak. Outside of the National Park there is still much of interest to walkers with pleasant rural countryside often with similar characteristics to the area within the National Park boundaries.
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