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“has its own beauty”
Review of Stanage Edge

Stanage Edge
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Reviewed 17 June 2014

pity the cloud was right down so didnt get to enjoy the panorama

easy walk from the road

might be possible for the less well abled

2  Thank chris c
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Reviewed 10 June 2014

North Lees Hall was amazing to sit in the garden and have an ice cream! Highly recommend the circular walk from Hathersage taking in Stanage Edge, Higger Tor, Over Owler Tour and past The Millstone Inn for a pint of Milestone Ale!

5  Thank Vedderlover
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Reviewed 1 June 2014

For a good walk start from Baulk Lane in Hathersage and walk across the meadows towards Stanage Edge, passing a nice little tea stop in North Lees Hall, ("Mr Rochester's House"). Climb up to the top of the cliff for stunning views in all directions. Either return the way you came or walk south east, along the top and then down to the Upper Burbage bridge. Carry on to the Iron Age hill fort of Higger Tor for more great views and then return to Hathersage either by Callow Bank pathway and the road or via the track that goes through Green Camp Roman Fort. Stop at the Scotsmans Pack (open all day) for a refreshing beverage or a bite to eat, then visit the church to see Little Johns grave.

10  Thank Garry B
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Reviewed 31 May 2014

The views in the surrounding area were magnificent. Mind you ,you need clear weather for any viewing and that's what we had. You can walk for miles with beautiful scenic views. Really worth it

2  Thank olie293
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Reviewed 19 May 2014

I loved the views and watching all the climbers, just a beautiful place. I did not like the fact that although there are signs asking people to keep dogs on leads, most people seem to egnore the fact that livestock is free to roam!

2  Thank Sarah B
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