Clues To Go

Derbyshire

Drives are yellow, walks are green. See bottom of page for details of how to order Clues To Go routes.

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Route Location

Peak District, Buxton to Ashbourne.

A drive through the southern Peak National Park, starting in the Spa town of Buxton and finishing in the market town of Ashbourne and taking in part of the 'Manifold Valley'.

30 miles (3-4 hours)

Crypticness:

20%

Chesterfield

Chesterfield, famous for its church with a crooked spire, has a compact town centre that combines the old with the new. This walking route centres around the town's market square and surrounding streets.

Less than 1 mile (about 2 hours)

Crypticness:

30%

Peak District, Matlock to Bakewell.

A meandering drive from Matlock to Bakewell  that includes  diversionsto Winster, up the hill to Stanton in Peak &, to the little gem of Youlgreave.

 

Approx 15 miles (3 hours)

Crypticness:

20%

Bakewell to Chapel En Le Frith.

Starting in the popular Peak District town of Bakewell, this route goes off the beaten track into some hidden parts of the National Park, finishing in the High Peak at Chapel En Le Frith.

25 miles (3-4 hours)

Crypticness:

20%

Some links to relevant web sites providing information about Derbyshire

Snap the Peaks

A Taste of the Peak District

Crich Tramway Village

A photo guide to walking in the Peak District, illustrated with maps and photographs

Comprehensive information for your visit or relocation to the Peak District or Derbyshire

 In the heart of Derbyshire overlooking the famous Derwent Valley and open almost throughout the year, Crich Tramway Village is a lovingly restored period village that is also home to the National Tramway Museum and its world renowned archives

 

To Order a route

If you wish to order one of these routes, click on the 'order' button next to the route.

If you wish to order several routes together, please make a note of these first and then click on any 'order' button.

We can e-mail or post you the question & answer pages.

You will be e-mailed three password-protected web pages to access (two versions of the questions page, for either printing or downloading to your mobile device, the third contains the answers). You should receive this e-mail within a few hours of ordering. One route costs £3.65. Any three routes ordered together cost £6.65. More details are given on the orders page.

Alternatively, the question & answer pages can be posted to you in hardcopy form. The answers will be in a separate, sealed envelope. One route in hardcopy form costs £4.95. The cost for any three routes ordered together is £10.85. More details are given on the orders page.

 

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