Weather ForecastDerbyshire, UK
Map and Gradient
Max elevation: 583 m
Min elevation: 241 m
Total climbing: 353 m
Do not rely on the guidance below to soley navigate the hike. We highly recommend downloading the accompanying GPX file and loading it into a navigation device/app. Always take a physical map and compass with you as backup, and know how to use them. Take care out there.
- From the car park, turn right heading north along Marys Lane, passing the Old Nags Head pub.
- After about half a mile from the car park, turn right following the fingerpost signed Grindsbrook.
- Cross the bridge and head left onto the well defined slabbed path.
- Continue along the path for about 1.5 miles, ascending up Grindsbrook. Note that the well-defined path becomes less so and much rockier. Some scrambling may be necessary.
- Once at the top on Edale Moor, signified by a large cairn, turn left along the path towards Grindlow Knoll.
- Continue along the path from where it eventually descends back into Edale, bringing you out at the Old Nags Head pub.
- After refreshments, head south back along Marys Lane, retracing your steps back to the car park.
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