Saturday, 6 April 2019
Start time: 8:30
Moderate 9 miles / 14.5 km
Grindleford is a village in the county of Derbyshire, in the East Midlands of England. It lies at an altitude of 492 feet in the valley of the River Derwent in the Peak District National Park. On the west side of the valley is the 1,407 feet high Sir William Hill, and to the south-east lies the gritstone escarpment of Froggatt Edge. Grindleford became a parish in 1987, merging the parishes of Eyam Woodlands, Stoke, Nether Padley and Upper Padley. This is a 9 mile walk with a picnic. The start is from the Grindleford Cafe, Grindleford Approach, Upper Padley. S32 2JA. note we leave Wilton Car park in Melton at 08:30 and its approx 60 miles 1 hour 40 mins to start
Exact location not specified
Start time: 08:30
This is a circular walk
Varied walks organised each week throughout the year local to Melton Mowbray and further afield in the Peak District. Walks to suit all ages including families with small children. Long weekend walking breaks out of Melton Mowbray Area.
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This is one of hundreds of Ramblers group walks for all ages and abilities every week - all led by our experienced walk leaders.
You’re welcome to join us on any of our walks to see if the Ramblers is for you. Then, once you’ve enjoyed the views, fun, exhilaration and good company, it’s just a case of becoming a member.
Do make sure you're fit enough and have the right footwear and clothing for the walk you want to do, though. You can contact the group or leader if in doubt.