Cut Gate to Derwent Valley Walk

On 22nd September at, 8:30am we head off for the grea Cut Gate to Derwent Valley Walk and it is going to be an absolutely fantastic day!
Details of the walk:

Distance: 12.5 miles

Duration: 6h

Difficulty: 3.5

One of the classic Peak District walks, the Cut Gate bridleway is one of the oldest rights of way in the Peaks.

The path climbs high over Midhope moors to cross the watershed between Outer Edge and Margery Hill,
at a height of approximately 530 metres (1600 feet). It is the highest of the major paths across into the Derwent Valley.

With magnificent Dark Peak moors and views towards the Derwent Valley and Kinder and Bleaklow, it is a beautiful autumn walk.


Starting and finishing in Langsett, we will finish this day with a lovely Sunday roast and a well deserved pint in the Waggon&Horses pub.

Kit list: walking trousers (no jeans), walking boots, gaiters, waterproofs, fleece, hat , gloves, tea flask, packed lunch.

Kit list: hat, gloves, warm clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers, walking trousers walking boots as may be slippy tea flask.
Regular walking can…

fill you with energy and confidence
help you beat stress
make your heart fitter and strengthen your bones
help you keep your weight down

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