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8.11 km 235 m

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Chee Dale from Millers Dale Peak District Walk Details

Chee Dale is a picturesque beauty spot in the Peak District, whose limestone crags are popular with climbers. There’s a former railway line along the valley floor that’s now been converted into the Monsal Trail, one of the more scenic cycle tracks in the county.

Here’s a short walk along the Monsal Trail from Miller Dale to Chee Dale, returning to the start via the Limestone Way.

This walk is featured from Allen Hudson’s Walking Website – who has loads of walks in the Peak District – an official Mud and Routes Local Expert!

GPX file reproduced here with permission.

For more details of the route, visit the following link Chee Dale,Wye Valley and Blackwell from Miller’s Dale, Derbyshire


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Dave Roberts

Dave Roberts founded Walk Eryri in 2004, with the aim of providing routes that are off the beaten track. Walk Eryri is now part of Mud and Routes which continues to provide more off beat routes and walks in Snowdonia and beyond. Dave has been exploring the hills of Eryri for over thirty years, and is a qualified Mountain Leader. Dave also established Walk up Snowdon, Walk up Scafell Pike and Walk up Ben Nevis just to mention a few.

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