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The Derwent Edge from Cutthroat Bridge

Nat Park - Peak District - Gritstone Edges Higger Tor

County/Area - Derbyshire

Author - Mike Bexley

Length - 10.0 miles / 16.3 km

Ascent - 1970 feet / 597 metres

Grade - moderate

Start - OS grid reference SK217874
Lat 53.383006 // Long -1.675231
Postcode S6 6GL (approx. location only)
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Route Outline

Peak District walk along Derwent Edge from Cutthroat Bridge to Back Tor with great views of Ladybower Reservoir and the moors.

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