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Peak District, Derbyshire, England, Walks - Pathfinder Guides
Many of the Dark Peak routes are focussed upon reservoirs, valleys and the edges of the moors, where there are obvious landmarks to guide the way. Elsewhere, the vast, featureless spaces may appear intimidating to the inexperienced. However, most described walks follow discernible paths, which, in fine weather, should present no great difficulty to the sensible novice. The longer moorland walks do present a challenge and newcomers to rambling would be advised to develop their experience on the less demanding routes first. On the limestone, few places are remote from a small village or the web of narrow lanes and tracks and general navigation is not a significant problem. However, countryside walking often demands attention to detail; being on the wrong side of a wall can usher you in the wrong direction, and the location of stiles and gates is essential in charting a course across a chequer-board of fields.
No of Pages: 96
Page Size: 132 x 228 mm
Publisher: Jarrold Crimson Publishing
Illustrations: col photos OS maps
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