Where do you park for Sett Valley Trail?

Where do you park for Sett Valley Trail?

Sett Valley Trail Car Park

  • St Matthews Church. Church Street, High Peak.
  • Hayfield Village Memorial Hall. Mill Walk Lane, High Peak.
  • Upper House. Kinder Road, High Peak.
  • The Hare & Hounds. Low Leighton Road, High Peak.
  • The Beehive Inn. Albion Road, High Peak.
  • Eccles Pike. Eccles Road, High Peak.
  • Uniting Church.
  • Coopers Auctioneers.

Where does the Sett Valley Trail start?

Sett Valley Trail goes from the village of Hayfield and the town of New Mills via a former railway line. It begins along the River Sett in Hayfield.

Where do you park for Lantern Pike?

Hayfield. 61 spaces. 29 minto destination.

  • Bowden Bridge. 27 spaces. 45 minto destination.
  • Town Hall. 13 spaces.
  • Torr Top Street. 63 spaces.
  • Market Street. 44 spaces.
  • Broadbottom Station. 100 spaces.
  • Hazel Grove Park and Ride. 414 spaces.
  • Where do you park for Kinder Reservoir?

    Car park located just off Station Road, Hayfield, High Peak SK22 2ES. Here you will find a public toilet, bike rack and a map with 4 suggested walks to follow. Access to Kinder walking out of the bus station, first cross over Station Road, then use the crossing point to cross over Chapel Road.

    Can you swim in Kinder Reservoir?

    We make our way up a cobbled path to the edge of the reservoir, which is flanked by a wall and a series of ‘Danger Deep Water’, ‘No Swimming’, ‘Keep Out’ signs, including one clouded with green algae that warns anyone thinking of immersion that they would be polluting drinking water (this is not true, water is always …

    Where do you park for Kinder Scout walk?

    The Edale Village Hall Car Park is a pay-and-display car park. The full address is Edale Village Hall Car Park, Edale, Hope Valley, S33 7ZQ.

    Are there toilets on the Tissington Trail?

    There is level access onto the trail. At Tissington Station (map ref: SK177520) there is a car park, with toilets and picnic site, with a tea room in the village itself. At Mapleton Lane, near Ashbourne (map ref: SK175473), there is a car park, toilets, and cycle hire.

    Is Tissington Trail flat?

    Tissington Trail route covers an average distance of thirteen miles. The path is almost entirely flat with small elevations now and then. This elevation gives cyclists a fantastic view of the countryside and its surroundings.

    Is Kinder Scout a good walk?

    The Kinder Scout walk from Edale is known as a moderate route. This is mostly due to the steep section of Jacob’s Ladder being quite tiring and the descent down Grindsbrough Clough being challenging.

    Where does the Sett Valley Trail go?

    Sett Valley Trail goes from the village of Hayfield and the town of New Mills via a former railway line. It begins along the River Sett in Hayfield. Straight track that takes you to Hayfield and back to New Mills.

    How many people use the Sett Valley Line?

    It was quite common for 4000 to 5000 people to use the Sett Valley Line on a summer Sunday, to visit the countryside. B usiness gradually diminished and the line closed in 1970. Now it provides a recreational traffic free route for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

    Why is Sett Valley so important?

    The valley played a key part in the movement to gain the right of access to Britain’s mountains and moorlands, when the 1932 Mass Trespass of Kinder Scout set off from Hayfield to go up the hill. Today the Sett Valley remains the gateway to Kinder, leading the eye and visitors into the hills and towards the western edge of Kinder Scout.

    What is the Hayfield to Birch Vale trail?

    It follows the former track of the railway line that linked Hayfield with Manchester as far as New Mills. The route forms part of the Pennine Bridleway National Trail between Hayfield and Birch Vale and is of outstanding natural beauty.


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