Ranger-led Peak District hike

Most people do not go walking to experience a low, but there are three on a ranger-led Peak District hike next month.

Held on November 12th, it starts at Great Hucklow village cross at 12:00 GMT and then carries on to Grindlow and Foolow in a four mile route that is completed by 15:30 GMT.

While some may prefer shorter, lower-level walks of this kind in the autumn and winter, others might still wish to get on higher moors.

The same weekend offers two other ranger guided walks in the national park, including one above Bamford and Derwent with views of Win Hill and another exploring wartime air crash sites on the Kinder Plateau, both of which are on Sunday, November 13th.

In the latter case, this coincides with remembrance Sunday and offers a chance to pay respects to the airmen lost in the incidents.

Don’t forget to bring your walking boots, waterproofs and food and drink.

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