High Peak 60

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Statistics and Files
Start: New Mills
Distance: 57 miles (92 km)
Grid Ref: SJ998854
 
Climbing: 2,856 metres
Walk time: 20-27 hours
Days: 3-5

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The High Peak 60 is a walk centred on the borough of High Peak in Derbyshire which was designed by the New Mills Group of the Ramblers Association. The description implies a distance of 60 miles and though digital mapping sources show it to be slightly less at around 57 miles it is likely to be near the 60 miles mark when mapped with GPS while doing the actual walk. From New Mills the walk takes in Thornsett, Rowarth, Cown Edge Rocks, Coombes Edge, Lee Head, Gamesley, Hadfield, Bottoms Reservoir, Valehouse Reservoir, Swineshaw Reservoir, Glossop, Lady Clough Moor, Woodlands Valley, Hope, Castleton, Peak Forest, Dam Dale, Hay Dale, Peter Dale, Worm Hill, Chee Dale, Wye Dale, Buxton, Combs, Buxworth and Furness Vale.

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