Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton

High level views followed by a river side stroll


Route outline for walk d169:

Stoney Middleton  -  The Cliff  -  Eyam  -  Sir William Hill  -  Eyam Moor  -  Bole Hill (Highlow)  -  Bretton Brook  -  Stoke Ford  -  Mill Wood  -  Brook Wood  -  Highlow Brook  -  Hazleford  -  Hazleford Hall  -  Leadmill  -  Leadmill Bridge  -  River Derwent  -  The Derwent Valley Heritage Way  -  Coppice Wood  -  Burbage Brook  -  Grindleford  -  Horse Hay Coppice  -  Derwent Farm  -  Froggatt Bridge  -  Knouchley Farm  -  Stoney Middleton




Peaks, Summits and Tops reached on this walk:

hewitt
0
English
Mountains
Wainwright
0
Wainwrights
 English Nuttalls
0
English
Nuttalls
Dewey
0
English
Deweys
Wainwright Outlying Fell
0
Wainwright
Outlying Fells
marilyn
0
Marilyns
Bridget
1
Bridget

Peak Bagging Statistics for this walk:

The highest point of this walk is Sir William Hill at 429m (1407ft). Sir William Hill is known as an English Bridget. The summit of Sir William Hill is marked by an Ordnance Survey Trig Point.

National Trails & Long Paths included on this walk:

Part of this walk follows a section of The Derwent Valley Heritage Way, an 82km (51 miles) linear footpath connecting Ladybower Reservoir in Derbyshire, with Derwent Mouth, Shardlow in Derbyshire, England. The Derwent Valley Heritage Way is waymarked by named discs with a yellow arrow. For more walks that include a section of this trail see The Derwent Valley Heritage Way.


You can find more walks near this one on these unique free-to-access Interactive Walk Planning Maps: (click/TAP to select)

The Peak District National Park


1:25,000 scale OS Explorer Maps (the ones with orange/yellow covers):

OL1 The Peak District - Dark Peak area


OL24 The Peak District - White Peak area


1:50,000 scale OS Landranger Maps (the ones with pink/magenta covers):

110 Sheffield & Huddersfield, Glossop & Holmfirth


119 Buxton & Matlock, Bakewell & Dove Dale


Some Photos and Pictures from Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton

In no particular order . . .

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - Highlow Brook near Stoke Ford

Highlow Brook near Stoke Ford

Photo: Leanne Mercer (1)

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - Village stocks in Eyam

Village stocks in Eyam

Photo: Martin Mainwaring (3)

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - Crossing Bretton Brook on Abney Moor

Crossing Bretton Brook on Abney Moor

Photo: Russell Hubbard (7)

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - Derwent Valley in January

Derwent Valley in January

Photo: Leah Grayson (1)

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - The River Derwent from Froggatt Bridge

The River Derwent from Froggatt Bridge

Photo: Mike Walker (449)

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - Eyam Church

Eyam Church

Photo: Martin Mainwaring (1)

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - Sheep Roasting device in Eyam

Sheep Roasting device in Eyam

Photo: Martin Mainwaring (2)

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - Looking back towards Eyam from the lower slopes of Sir William Hill

Looking back towards Eyam from the lower slopes of Sir William Hill

Photo: Ian Windle (51)

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - Abney Clough from Sir William Hill above Eyam

Abney Clough from Sir William Hill above Eyam

Photo: Jim Farrell (1)

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - The View from Sir William Hill

The View from Sir William Hill

Photo: Leanne Mercer (3)

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - The River Derwent from Froggatt Bridge

The River Derwent from Froggatt Bridge

Photo: Mike Walker (448)

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - Former pumping station for Bretton Brook above Great Hucklow

Former pumping station for Bretton Brook above Great Hucklow

Photo: Russell Hubbard (9)

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - Pointing the way up Sir William Hill

Pointing the way up Sir William Hill

Photo: Leanne Mercer (5)

Walk d169 Eyam, Sir William Hill, Stoke Ford, The River Derwent, Grindleford and Froggatt from Stoney Middleton - The village stocks in Eyam

The village stocks in Eyam

Photo: Ian Windle (50)


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