White Peak Way

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Start: Bakewell
Distance: 85 miles (137 km)
Grid Ref: SK217686
Climbing: 4,016 metres
Walk time: 34-42 hours
Days: 6-8

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The White Peak Way is a cicular long distance footpath in the Peak District National Park. It is a challenging walk which is designed in such a way that the youth hostels in the area can be used as convenient stopping points. It is a meandering circuit which visits many of the National Park's most popular places. From the start in Bakewell and by taking a clockwise course locations visited include River Wye, Haddon Park, Rowsley, Congreave, Stanton in Peak, Nine Ladies Stone Circle (Stanton Moor), Cork Stone, Birchover, Robin Hood's Stride, Youlgrave, Gratton Dale, Biggin Dale, Dove Dale, Milldale, Ilam, Rushley, Manifold Dale, Wetton, Beresford Dale, Hartington, Pilsbury, Crowdicote, Earl Sterndale, Horseshoe Dale, Deep Dale, Wye Dale, Chee Dale, Monsal Trail, Miller's Dale, Tideswell Dale, Peter Dale, Hay Dale, Dam Dale, Peak Forest, Oxlow Rake, Old Moor, Cave Dale, Castleton, Mam Tor, Hollins Cross, Back Tor, Lose Hill, Townhead Bridge, Win Hill, Thornhill, River Derwent, Froggatt Edge, Curbar Edge, Baslow Edge, Baslow, Chatsworth Park and Carlton Pastures.

Useful Links:
White Peak Way Guide Book
Long Distance Walkers Association

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