Category Archives: The Peak District

Mallorcan Marauders Re-united.

It was way back in 1995 that I first went on a walking holiday in Mallorca. I made some new friends and at the end of the holiday we said. “Keep in touch. See you next year” How many times … Continue reading

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Mam Tor and the Great Ridge.

Yesterday I was out with Crosby Rambling Club when we visited Castleton and walked along Great Ridge. This ridge separates the carboniferous limestone of the White Peak from the gritstone of the Dark Peak to the north. The ridge extends … Continue reading

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Baslow and Curbar edges.

I’m off to the Peak District to walk along Baslow and Curbar edges that form part of the gritstone escarpment that runs along the eastern rim of the Derwent Valley from Birchen Edge northwards to Derwent Edge. The weather was … Continue reading

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