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Peak District Guided Hill and Moorland Walk
"A full day private guided hill and moorland walk in the Peak District for a group of between one and six people. You will meet your guide at 9:30am in the Pool Cafe in Hathersage for a cup of coffee or tea (included in the price) to discuss the day and to c outdoor clothing. Walk options will include:Stanage and Bamford Edges Walk up the hillside and onto two of the stunning gritstone edges that the Dark Peak area is famous for. If it is a clear day you will enjoy amazing views from the rocks of the Derwent Valley and hills beyond in one direction and miles of beautiful heather covered moorland in the other direction. The walk is about 12 miles (19 kilometres) with about 550 metres of ascent on paths that can be rough and stony in places. Burbage Edge and The Longshaw Estate Walk up the hi then along Burbage Edge with lovely views across the Burbage Basin. You will then walk through the traditional English parkland of The Longshaw Estate before descending through woodland to follow a pretty low level path along the bottom of the Derwent Valley back to Hathersage. The distance is about 9 miles (15 kilometres) with approx. 550 metres of ascent.A Medley of Moorlands and the Historic
From GBP140.00
 
Peak District Guided Hill and Moorland Walk
"A full day private guided hill and moorland walk in the Peak District for a group of between one and six people. You will meet your guide at 9:30am in the Pool Cafe in Hathersage for a cup of coffee or tea (included in the price) to discuss the day and to c outdoor clothing. Walk options will include:Stanage and Bamford Edges Walk up the hillside and onto two of the stunning gritstone edges that the Dark Peak area is famous for. If it is a clear day you will enjoy amazing views from the rocks of the Derwent Valley and hills beyond in one direction and miles of beautiful heather covered moorland in the other direction. The walk is about 12 miles (19 kilometres) with about 550 metres of ascent on paths that can be rough and stony in places. Burbage Edge and The Longshaw Estate Walk up the hi then along Burbage Edge with lovely views across the Burbage Basin. You will then walk through the traditional English parkland of The Longshaw Estate before descending through woodland to follow a pretty low level path along the bottom of the Derwent Valley back to Hathersage. The distance is about 9 miles (15 kilometres) with approx. 550 metres of ascent.A Medley of Moorlands and the Historic
From GBP140.00
 
Peak District Guided Hill and Moorland Walk
"A full day private guided hill and moorland walk in the Peak District for a group of between one and six people. You will meet your guide at 9:30am in the Pool Cafe in Hathersage for a cup of coffee or tea (included in the price) to discuss the day and to c outdoor clothing. Walk options will include:Stanage and Bamford Edges Walk up the hillside and onto two of the stunning gritstone edges that the Dark Peak area is famous for. If it is a clear day you will enjoy amazing views from the rocks of the Derwent Valley and hills beyond in one direction and miles of beautiful heather covered moorland in the other direction. The walk is about 12 miles (19 kilometres) with about 550 metres of ascent on paths that can be rough and stony in places. Burbage Edge and The Longshaw Estate Walk up the hi then along Burbage Edge with lovely views across the Burbage Basin. You will then walk through the traditional English parkland of The Longshaw Estate before descending through woodland to follow a pretty low level path along the bottom of the Derwent Valley back to Hathersage. The distance is about 9 miles (15 kilometres) with approx. 550 metres of ascent.A Medley of Moorlands and the Historic
From GBP140.00

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The Parish Church of St Michael and All Angels

This 15th Century church, built in 1460, has important links with the Eyre family during that era and there are many Eyre family graves in the churchyard, which confirms the role the family had in...
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The Surprise View

Surprise View is a scenic lookout point of Hathersage and Hope Valley down below on the A625 road from Sheffield. You're able to stop and take photos of the stunning views as the Sheffield to...
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Dale Mill and Eastwood Cottages

The wool and cotton mill ran by Dale Brook and powered by water and steam during the 19th Century played a crucial role in Hathersage. The Eastwood cottages were converted from workshops following...
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The Village

Hathersage is situated in the Hope Valley between Sheffield and Castleton in the North of England. This pleasant village has an active community and offers a number of attractions the visitors can see...
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The Square

The square once housed Hathersage Inn (formerly the Ordnance Arms) that were built in the 19th Century by the Shuttleworth family. Today the square hosts cafes, bars and shops specialising in the...
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DALE MILL

Dale mill was built as a button manufacturer in 1720. The metal was brought from Sheffield made into brass buttons and then returned to Sheffield.The mill was originally driven by waterpower.The mill...
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LITTLE JOHNS GRAVE

"His bow was in the chancel hung His last good bolt they draveDown to the rocks, its measured length, Westward fro’ the grave. And root and bud this shaft put forth, When spring returned anon, It grew...
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PARISH CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS

St Michaels church is a grade 1 listed building.Although records for the church are recorded in 1381, the church is thought to date back to the 12th century.The tower dates back to the 15th...
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EASTWOOD COTTAGES

Number 1 and number 2 Eastwood cottages are 18th century whilst number 3 is 19th. This is evident in the size of the windows. Numbers 1 and 2 have smaller windows with the others having larger...
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The Pinfold

At the foot of Church Bank, you will the village's pinfold. This is where stray sheep cattle were put overnight after being rounded up by the village pinder. The owner of the cattle (or sheep) would...
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Little John's Grave

Of fact or of fiction, we will never know, but the local claim is that the graveyard of St Michael and All Angels Parish Church holds the last resting place of Little John, the right-hand man of Robin...
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Saint Michael's and All Angels Parish Church

Thought to date back to 1381, St Michael's and All Angels was built on the site of a previous church from the 12th century.St Michael's is known for many a school-day trip for children in Sheffield...
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Take a Walk in the Countryside

Hathersage is a popular location for people to start (and finish) many of the walking trails that take you through the beauty of the countryside in the Peak District National Park which surrounds...
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Hathersage Town Trail

While visiting the church, I came across a leaflet - A Guided Walk around the village of Hathersage in the Hope Valley. This village trail, starts in the centre of Hathersage and leads around the...
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