Walking

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Local car parks

  • Woodcroft (members free, non-members Pay & Display) SK267802
  • Haywood (members free, non-members Pay & Display) SK256778
  • Wooden Pole (members free, non-members Pay & Display) SK267790
  • Burbage Bridge (Free) SK 2595 8290
  • Curbar Gap (members free, non-members Pay & Display) SK261747

Burbage Brook Walk

Follow this trail and see the wonderful sights of Burbage Brook © Joe Cornish

Follow this trail and see the wonderful sights of Burbage Brook

Hidden history and wildlife are waiting to be discovered on this gentle walk alongside a tumbling stream and through wildlife-rich meadows and ancient woodland.

Eastern Moors Red Deer & Eastern Edges Walk

Bring your binoculars to get the best views of the deer

Bring your binoculars to get the best views of the deer

The Eastern Edges on Big Moor is special for the diverse wildlife and is an important place for many people who enjoy walking. Look out for adders, red deer and millstone grit. This is a moderate 6 mile walk starting from Curbar Gap car park, grid ref: SK262747

Nearby walks

There are lots of great walks in the nearby Dark Peak as well, you can follow the route of the Kinder mass trespass, discover Mam Tor and its history or explore the stunning Upper Derwent Valley.

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