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Longshaw is a beautiful part of the Peak District looked after by the National Trust. From a family day out to a base for serious walkers and cyclists, Longshaw has trails for all abilities and interests. Look out for spectacular wildlife and...more
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Near Fox House, Grindleford | S11 7TZ, Peak District National Park S11 7TZ, England
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This is a little gem on the edge of the High Peak near Hathersage.
It is National Trust land which comprises woodland walks and the opportunity to walk across managed grassland with grazing sheep surrounded by a panoramic view of upland moors.
Fox House Inn...More
The land is managed by the National Trust. There are a number of walks suitable for all abilities. There are some woodland trails that quite hilly, but all also very flat trails with well laid out paths across the heathland and fields. The day I...More
After what was, amazingly a cold (yes, cold) start, we coated up and set off downwards towards Padley Gorge. Within about 10 minutes the sun had broken through and it was baking hot. We still enjoyed the walk down, and we took the advice of...More
What a brilliant find. We lived in Grindleford nearly 20 years ago and only after we had moved away did we find out what a lovely place Padley gorge is for a relaxing afternoon. Each time we return to the area it is a must...More
we loved discovering Padley Gorge with it's ancient woodland and delicate stream surrounded by large rock boulders and the hidden millstone graveyard. went twice in a week whilst on holiday in the area. would avoid it on a weekend or during school holidays. but mid...More
We visited today and it's a nice place for a few short walks through the woods and farmland. Lots of animals about and all look very happy.
Cafe has a strong menu for those wanting something more substantial an plenty of picnic tables and seating...More
Hello there, the tea room and visitor centre is open to all. The benefits of National Trust membership include free parking and the chance to give back to the estate, but all are more than welcome to use the facilities.