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Spectacular views Of Derbyshire Walk

A lovely summer walk along the settle valley taking the most spectacular view Of Derbyshire.
26th June 2016 10am 
Meet at Tesco's, East Didsbury at 10am or at the start of the walk at 11am at new mills central station.  venue link
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Easy low Level Derbyshire Walk

Length: 7 miles
Duration: 3hrs excluding stops
Difficulty level: Easy Low Level
Transport: Car shares

A  lovely  summer walk along the settle valley taking the most spectacular view Of Derbyshire.

Start walk at new mill central station following the goyt valley then on to settle valley to Hayfields taking in the lovely spectacular view.  Once arrive in Hayfield we will head onto lovely pub to take nice summer sunshine and get a great Sunday Roast.

On return we walk on goyt valley along the munimun walk way back to new mills station.

Kit list: hat, gloves, warm clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers, walking trousers walking boots as may be slippy tea flask.

Regular walking can...

  • fill you with energy and confidence
  • help you beat stress
  • make your heart fitter and strengthen your bones
  • help you keep your weight down

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Stephen Sutherland
[21/06/2016 10:05]
Hi Maggie, it goes up to 5.
Maggie James
[21/06/2016 08:21]
Am I right to assume that level 1 is the most difficult? What does the scoring go up to?