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Nick12345

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Hathersage
« on: 12:09:42, 11/01/19 »
Visiting Hatehrsage next month and wondering if anyone willing to share some local knowledge of a challenging walk starting at Hathersage and ending up in Pilsley. Looking to incorporate the famour "Edges".


Many thanks!

route2rock

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Re: Hathersage
« Reply #1 on: 21:49:31, 13/01/19 »
Given your start and end points, and the fact you want to take in the edges, I would head North to Stanage edge, then east to Burbage edge, then south through the longshaw estate, onto Froggatt edge and curbar edge (Or white edge which is often quieter), then drop down into the valley and cross fields to Pilsley.
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Lee in Doncaster

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Re: Hathersage
« Reply #2 on: 18:47:12, 14/01/19 »
Given your start and end points, and the fact you want to take in the edges, I would head North to Stanage edge, then east to Burbage edge, then south through the longshaw estate, onto Froggatt edge and curbar edge (Or white edge which is often quieter), then drop down into the valley and cross fields to Pilsley.


Yes, this would be a good route.
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