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Half Day Canoe Hire on the Picturesque River Wye from Hay-On-Wye
"Hay – Whitney Estimated time - half a dayHay to Whitney is a 5.25 mile paddle starting in the picturesque town of Hay-on-Wye. “Hay” often described as ""the town of books” is home to the famous literary festival. The Hay-Whitney paddle is a diverse and exciting stretch with an abundance of kingfishers otters sand martins herons and leaping salmon. If you’re going to canoe the Wye there’s no better a place to start!"
From GBP30.00
 
Guided Canoe Full-Day Tour Down the River Wye from Hay-On-Wye
"Make the most of your day on the river Wye with a guided canoe trip. Learn paddle skills local history and about the wildlife along the river. Gain a more bespoke experience and make the most out of your day on the River Wye. Your guide is a BCU Qualified Paddler and has a deep knowledge of the River Wye and surrounding area.""""Make the most of your day on the river Wye with a guided canoe trip. Learn paddle skills local history and about the wildlife along the river. Gain a more bespoke experience and make the most out of your day on the wye."title=Highlights&1=Guided+canoe+trip+on+the+Wye+River&2=Learn+some+new+paddling+skills+from+the+expert+paddler%2Fguide&3=Hear+about+the+history+of+the+area+from+the+guide&4=Small-group+trip+ensures+plenty+of+personalized+attention+from+the+guide""
From GBP80.00
 
National Motorcycle Museum Admission
"The National Motorcycle Museum is ideally situated in the once renowned workshop capital of the world centrally based in the UK with ideal network links through all major routes i.e. M42 Birmingham International Railway Station and Birmingham International Airport all on our doorstep. The Museum has ample free parking with wheelchair accessibility.Set over five halls this tour will take you back in history from Veteran and Pioneer motorcyclist to Riders of the Modern Superbike era.The gift shop offers an extensive range of motorcycle related books
From GBP9.00

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Magpie Mine - Sheldon

Just outside the picturesque village of Sheldon, is the Magpie Mine - a 19th century lead mine, with a bit of history!Probably the best example of a 19th Century lead mine in the UK!This mine dates...
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Staunton Harold Reservoir

Staunton Harold Reservoir is a stretch of water owned by Severn trent, but available for the public for walks, angling, boating and other water sports. It sits right on the border of Derbyshire and...
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The High Peak Trail

The High Peak Trail runs for 26kms from High Peak Junction , near Cromford to Dowlow, near Buxton.It follows the course of the old Cromford and High Peak Railway.You can walk, cycle, or ride a horse...
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Walking the Monsal Trail

The Monsal Trail runs for some 15kms from near Bakewell to 5kms from Buxton. For the most part it follows the route of the old Midland Railway, although there are some deviations, owing to the...
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Stanage Edge

Stanage is the largest and most impressive of the gritstone edges of the Peak District. Situated on the moors north of Hathersage, and visible from miles away down in the Hope Valley, it stretches for...
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Wreckage of two Sabre jets

The Wreckage of two Sabre jets (XD707 & XD730) are the remains of many aircraft lost in the Peak District during the war and thereafter - it remains the Bermuda triangle for aircraft in Britain. On 22...
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The Limestone Way

The Limestone Way is a walking route through the southern part of the Peak District, setting out from the attractive village of Castleton in the Dark Peak and continuing south into the gentler...
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Nine Ladies Stone Circle, Stanton Moor

The Nine Ladies Stone Circle is one of several circles and prehistoric mounds that make Stanton Moor a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSCI)The Nine Ladies Stone Circle lies within a small...
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Walking the Cromford Canal

The Cromford Canal was built to transport goods from Arkwright's mills at Cromford.It was built to link Cromford to the Erewash Canal at Langley Mill. The most pleasant part of the canal is from...
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Bonsall- Shhhhhhhh its a secret!

Hidden in a deep dale this quiet and peaceful village mainly comprises of limestone cottages which once housed the local lead miners and weaversOn first sight Bonsal seems to be only one narrow road...
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Real Ale in a secluded spot

Leadmill Brewery is a small micro brewery working out of an old stable block. It has its own bar called of course, "The Old Stables"When we reached the location, all we could see was the stable block....
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Old Glossop

Glossop is a town about 15 miles from Manchester. It's an average sort of town but it's old part contains little stone cottages that are about 300- 350 years old. Stone cottages, an old church and...
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Top Things to Do in Derbyshire

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River Wye

The River Wye is 15 miles long and it flows from the River Trent to the North sea at the Humber. The Wye is rich in trout and grayling fish. Ducks, geese and swans line the river at Bakewell and it is...
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Museum & Art Gallery

The Derby Museum and Art Gallery is a great place to spend an hour or two. It really gives you a wonderful overview of the history of the city and county of Derbyshire, as well as showcasing the...
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Thor's Cave

The rocks are limestone, formed from layers of dead marine animals between 280 - 360 million years ago. During this time, the area where Thor's Cave now stands, was south of the equator and was...
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St Lawrence's Parish Church

Eyam holds a beautiful church and church yard. The church is open to visitors and you are free to walk around the graveyard. You will find the grave of one of the plague victims and also a lovely...
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Peak Forest Canal

The Peak Forest Canal is one of the most scenic canals I ever walked on. The 14.8 mile canal starts from Ashton Under Lyne and finishes in Whaley Bridge and Bugsworth Basin. The canal has two pound...
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Gingerbread Shop

This is the oldest building I could find in central Ashbourne. Dating from 1641 it became the 'Roebuck Inn' in the 17th century, and then a bakery in 1805. It's been a bakery ever since, owned by the...
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"Derbyshire in June"
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