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Biggin Dale and Wolfscote Dale

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OS Ref: SK 147 595

Last Visited: 2010

Peaseland Rocks

Peaseland Rocks

A long walk (9.5km, or nearly 6mls) but with plenty of variation, and lots to see. By staring at the top of Biggin Dale you can break the walk at one of the pubs in Hartington (I can personally recommend the Devonshire Arms), which makes the last leg of the walk much easier to tackle.

Highlight of the walk must be the Peaseland Rocks at the point where Biggin Dale and Wolfscote Dale meet. The strange rock pillar in the Pike Pool in Beresford Dale is also worth looking out for.

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