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Route Summary:

Easy circular walk in the Edale Valley starting from the railway station

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Distance
Ascent
Time
5.5 km131 m2 hours

Calculate the time using Naismith’s Rule and factor in your own pace.

Start and Finish: Edale Railway Station

Facilities:

Pubs and cafes in Edale.

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Hazards:

Remember that we cannot outline every single hazard on a walk – it’s up to you to be safe and competent. Read up on Mountain Safety , Navigation and what equipment you’ll need.

Public Transport:

Railway station is the recommended public transport for this walk.

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Parking and Post Code for Sat Nav (where applicable): 

NT Car park

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Weather Forecast:

Met Office Mountain Weather For Edale

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Circular Low Level Edale Walk Route Map and GPX Download

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Summits and Places on this Route

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Circular Low Level Edale Walk Details

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This is an easy circular walk from the National Trust that starts from the Edale railway station in the Peak District. Following the Pennine Way from the train station, this easy walk takes you along the Edale valley to Upper Booth. It’s then a short descent to Barber Booth before a return along the valley, along the railway line, back to the start.

While it’s a short walk, you could also use this route in order to travel along the valley bottom to return from one of the many other walks up the nearby hills.

More information about this low level circular walk can be found on the National Trust website – The Vale of Edale, the Penny Pot Cafe, and the Pennine Way

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