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'The creation of the Touchstone Trail and all its supporting material is a celebration of community spirit. The 1,400 strong community of Bamford pulled together to create a lasting icon for genera ...
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'The route follows, where possible, the course of the River Dane, passing Shires Head, Danebridge, Eaton, Congleton and Holmes Chapel. The second half of the route includes significant road walking ...
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'A number of publications can be downloaded or purchased including the National Heritage Corridor and the Derwent Valley Heritage Way providing more information of the route.'


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'The routes are attractive but challenging through the western Peak District including Solomon's Temple, Axe Edge, Goyt Valley, Shining Tor, Lamaload Reservoir, Kettleshulme, Taxal Moor and Fernile ...
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'Nestled at the foot of Kinder Scout, Hayfield is midway between Manchester and Sheffield, sitting in the High Peak area of Derbyshire. Kinder Scout is the highest point in the Peak Distri ...
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'Thanks to Hoof legacy funding from Sport England, the British Horse Society and the British Equine Federation and the support of the Peak District National Park ...
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The Tours include: [1] Rishworth 'Walk in the footsteps of Romans and discover our conservation efforts' - - - : [2] Turley Holes 'Find out how water has shaped the landscape' - - ...
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'New Mills Walkers are Welcome group has embarked on a series of leaflets describing walks in and around New Mills. These are available in printed form from New Mills Heritage Centre...
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'Originally the inspiration of walker and writer Tom Stephenson in an article published in 1935 in the Daily Herald titled "Wanted: A Long Green Trail", the Pennine Way was designated by t ...
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'Buxton Civic Association (BCA) is a registered charity established in 1967 to preserve the fine architecture of Buxton and its natural and formal landscapes, for the local community and a ...
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