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Hollingworthall Moor, Derbyshire

Difficulty Leisurely

Walking time 3 hours 30 minutes

Length 10.3km / 6.4mi

Route developer: Neil Coates

Route checker: Robin Segulem

Start location Hobson Moor Road, Roe Cross SK14 6SH
Route Summary A circular walk from Roe Cross to view the Jaws of Longdendale, one of the most striking features of the Dark Peak. Expect great views and wooded cloughs adding to the charm of this secluded quarter, renowned for wild birds and springtime blooms.
2 reviews
Overall rating:
Jan 07, 2020
(1 reviews)
One of my favourite local walks with lots of options along the route if you want lengthen or shorten it
Apr 23, 2019
(2 reviews)
This was a lovely walk with plenty of twists and turns to give you great views over two different valleys and a variety of moorland scenery, woods and cloughs. The walk wasn't too arduous and would be suitable for most agilities.We walked it after a hot spell so everywhere was pretty dry. There are a lot of paths in this area, so it's worth paying close attention to the walk description - Michelle and Sarah
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