You're viewing a summary of this route. Please login or register.

Registered users can view short routes for free. To access the entire online library, including all of our longer routes, you'll need to become a member of the Ramblers – please note it may take up to 24 hours for your account to be activated.

Already a member? Just login if you already have an account or register with your membership number and you can access all Ramblers Routes.

Gratton Dale, Derbyshire

Difficulty Moderate

Walking time 4 hours

Length 13.4km / 8.3mi

Route developer: Neil Coates

Route checker: Peter Somerville

Start location Minninglow Peak Park free car park/picnic area
Route Summary Walk down three very tranquil limestone dales in the White Peak, linked by paths and tracks through beautiful, secluded scenery. The walk through these SSSI's finishes with a stretch of the High Peak Trail, a route planned as canal, built as railway.
Reviews
1 review
Overall rating:
Sep 28, 2019
alison
(1 reviews)
Very clear instructions and a lovely quiet walk following 3 Limestone Dales in a Nature Reserve. After the heavy rain it was very muddy in Gratton Dale which made the going tricky but definitely a walk to repeat in drier conditions. Added interest was the entrance to an old mine that opened into a large cavern.
Page 1 of 1 (1 items)