Gritstone Edge Walk

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Start: Ladybower Reservoir
Distance: 23 miles (36 km)
Grid Ref: SK171893
 
Climbing: 911 metres
Walk time: 8-12 hours
Days: 1-2

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Gritstone Edge Walk is a linear (end to end) walk within the Peak District National Park which covers the eastern gritstone edge system of the park. From the start of the walk at Ladybower Reservoir the route which begins with a hook in direction to the north travels in a general south direction to finish in Baslow, Derbyshire via Derwent Edge (Cakes of Bread, Dovestone Tor, Salt Cellar), Derwent Moors, Moscar Moor, Stanage Edge (Crow Chin, High Neb, Long Causeway), Upper Burbage Bridge, Burbage Edge, Burbage Bridge, White Edge, Froggatt Edge, Curbar Edge, Baslow Edge (Eagle Stone and Wellington's Monument) and Birchen Edge (Three Ships and Nelson's Monument).

Useful Links:
My walk of Curbar Edge and Froggatt Edge
My walk of Stanage Edge
My walk of Birchen Edge, Baslow Edge and Curbar Edge
My walk of Derwent Edge
Long Distance Walkers Association


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