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A privately owned Free House - open all year - one of the finest residential inns in the Peak District. Find on Google Maps The Derwentwater Arms is set high up in the old stone village of Calver.
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The Peak District is reputedly the 2nd most visited National Park after Mount Fuji in Japan which is quite an impressive accolade.
Whilst the national park has no mountains of the stature of Mount Fuji it can boast some impressive hills, moors, outcrops, and gritstone edges with many having different characteristics, some being in the bleak gritstone moorland of the Dark Peak whilst others nestle into the beautiful scenic limestone country of the White Peak.
Situated on the A515 Ashbourne - Buxton road with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. Find on Google Maps The Pack Horse is in the centre of the beautiful village of Hayfield right at the base of Kinder Scout, the highest peak in the Peak District.
There has been a pub on this site since the 13th century. Find on Google Maps The Kinder Lodge lies right at the heart of Hayfield, one of the Peak District's most picturesque villages.
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This walk is an amazing mix of natural history combined with vast and beautiful panoramic views into the heart of the Peak District.
This is an ideal walk when you only have a few hours.
It is one of three summits on this plateau above 2,000 feet, the others being Bleaklow Stones, some 1.9 miles to the east along an indefinite ridge, and Higher Shelf Stones, 0.9 miles south of Bleaklow Head.
Bleaklow includes the most easterly point in the British Isles over 2,000 feet. Grindslow Knoll is the high point at the western side of Grindsbrook Clough that looks across to the Nab on the east.