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YHA National Forest (Overseal) - Moira / Donisthorpe Circuit

Difficulty Easy

Walking time 1 hour 30 minutes

Length 4.9km / 3.1mi

Route developer: Roy Denney

Route checker: Philip Cheesewright

Start location YHA National Forest DE12 6BD
Route Summary A modest walk taking in a wide variety of landscapes and historic features; old rail tracks, a re-watered canal, a restored Napoleonic-period blast furnace, old lime kilns and landscaped/ reforested mining land. Part of new National Forest project.
Reviews
1 review
Overall rating:
Jun 26, 2016
margaret-hobson
(4 reviews)
Walked with a small group. Very pleasant with great surrounding woodland and eventually canal. Especially a flat walk. Very green due to constant wet weather but our day was fine weather. Consequently didn't go down path at bridge over canal as very muddy. Instead went straight down the canal to the furnace. Didn't use gpx. Instructions were easy to follow. Thx for putting it on the ramblers. Going to do the others in the future. Stopped for a meal at youth hostel too!
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