Dovedale Round

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Start: Tissington
Distance: 18 miles (28 km)
Grid Ref: SK178521
Climbing: 824 metres
Walk time: 7-9 hours
Days: 1

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Summary: The Dovedale Round is a circular route around the poular Dovedale area in the White Peak region of the Peak District National Park. A circuit of around 18 miles in length is achieved using field paths and parts of the former Ashbourne Railway Line, built by the London and North Western Railway as a branch from the Cromford and High Peak Railway. Starting from Tissington the route visits Thorpe, Mapleton, Martin Hill, Blore, Ilam, Stanshope, Alstonefield, Alsop en le Dale and Parwich.

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