Eyam Moore

Walk 15: Eyam Moor and More

A long but relatively easy walk in the heart of the Peak District that offers 360-degree views of beautiful landmarks, including Stanage Edge, Froggatt Edge, Millstone Edge and Mam Tor.

Starting near Sir William Hill, you will cross Eyam Moor and walk down to the tranquil area of Stoke Ford. A gentle ascent takes you through Abney Wood to Abney, along quiet country lanes and sprawling moorland, passing Bleak Knoll.

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Essentials

  • Distance: 9 miles
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Minimum Duration: 4 hrs
  • Refreshments: PubCafe
  • Route: Download .gpx file
  • Start Grid Ref: SK 22452 78022

Parking Location

Free parking is available on Sir William Hill Rd, S32 5QT.

Weather Forecast

Derbyshire, UK

Map

Guidance

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Safety First

Please do not rely on this walking guide to solely navigate a hike. Always take a map and compass with you and make sure know how to use them. Hiking is generally safe, but there are always potential risks. Use common sense, plan your route beforehand and make a reasonable judgment at all times.

Directions

Starting just short of Sir William Hill you progress over Eyam Moor and down to the tranquil area of Stoke Ford. From here you gently ascend up through Abney Wood to Abney, then proceed along quiet country lanes before once again hitting sprawling moorland, passing Bleak Knoll.

A visit to the village of Great Hucklow allows you to top up on refreshments before hitting the final section of the walk that passes both the Barrel Inn pub (more refreshments?) and Sir William Hill.

Full written directions coming soon.

Questions or comment about this route? Leave them in the comments section below.

2 Comments

  1. kevin1st June 2021

    Absolute garbage. No pdf to download, no directions coming soon or otherwise, and downloading the route file gives a load of programming.

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    1. Walk In Derbyshire1st June 2021

      Hi Kevin. I’m sorry you think the site is “absolute garbage”. Regarding your points… Firstly, if you print a hiking guide, you can create a PDF from there – there’s been special styling added to remove unwanted areas of the online version of a page to make the walks more printer-friendly. Secondly, most walks do have written directions, but a small few do not – this is a hobbyist site that is updated in my spare time. Rest assured, all directions will be added in due course. Thirdly, I can’t replicate the download issue, but happy to chat to solve it.

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