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The Top of the Amber valley

Like many walkers, I got sick and tired of walking on muddy tracks this winter. As a result I began to look around for places where I could walk without dragging myself through a good impression of a Great War Somme battlefield.  We did manage a few short strolls along the old railway trails, one […]

Along Stanage Edge

The eastern escarpment of the Derwent Valley is lined along most of its length almost from its birth and as far as Chatsworth.  Broken into sections where natural weaknesses allow roads or trackways to cross the heights, this abrupt rise from the valley has always determined the route taken by travellers from as far back […]

Walk Around Chatsworth

I fancied a kipper the other day, but as my tastes run to something better than the dyed apologies on offer in supermarkets, I decided to combine my shopping trip with a walk, especially as the day in question was one of the sunniest we have had in this atrociously wet winter so far. There […]

Two Ducal Stations and a Trail

I hate mud.  There I have got it out of my system, but how was I to prepare my latest walk for Images? Normally I have to carry out my reconnoitring anything up to three months before publication date, but like Shakespeare says in Twelfth Night, it seemed as though ‘the rain it raineth every […]