Walk d225 Sheen, The Manifold Valley, Longnor and Pilsbury Castle Hills from Hartington

The fabulous Derbyshire Dales


Route outline for walk d225:

Hartington  -  Sheen  -  Brund  -  Manifold Valley  -  Longnor  -  Crowdecote (Crowdicote)  -  Bridge End Farm  -  Upper Dove Dale  -  Pilsbury Castle Hills  -  Vincent House  -  Darley Farm  -  The High Peak Trail  -  Parlsey Hay  -  The Tissington Trail  -  Hartington Station  -  Heathcote  -  Heathcote Mere  -  Highfield Lane  -  Hartington.



This walk is on Ordnance Survey Maps:

OS Explorer Map OL24
1:25,000 scale (Orange Covers)

OS Landranger Map 119
1:50,000 scale (Pink Covers)


Some Photos and Pictures from Walk d225 Sheen, The Manifold Valley, Longnor and Pilsbury Castle Hills from Hartington

In no particular order . . .

Upper Dove Dale from near Darley Farm

Upper Dove Dale from near Darley Farm

Photo: Terry Howard (59)

Chapel Street, Longnor

Chapel Street, Longnor

Photo: Mark Glazer (3)

Bell ropes in St Giles' Church, Hartington

Bell ropes in St Giles' Church, Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (73)

Signed stone squeezer stile north of Hartington

Signed stone squeezer stile north of Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (44)

Highfield Lane south east of Hartington

Highfield Lane south east of Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (67)

Dove Dale Stepping Stones across the River Dove

Dove Dale Stepping Stones across the River Dove

Photo: Brian Lunn (3)

Site of the Olde Red Bull Inn in Chapel Street, Longnor

Site of the Olde Red Bull Inn in Chapel Street, Longnor

Photo: James Gray (42)

St Giles' Church, Hartington

St Giles' Church, Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (69)

The River Dove, Dove Dale

The River Dove, Dove Dale

Photo: Mike Talbot (2)

The Staffordshire hamlet of Brund

The Staffordshire hamlet of Brund

Photo: Terry Howard (38)

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn, Longnor

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Inn, Longnor

Photo: James Gray (19)

Inside St Giles' Church, Hartington

Inside St Giles' Church, Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (74)

The Old Cheese Shop in Hartington

The Old Cheese Shop in Hartington

Photo: Craig Carter (18)

Longnor Village Church

Longnor Village Church

Photo: James Gray (15)

Longnor Church

Longnor Church

Photo: Maggie Kay (1)

Carder Low from the north

Carder Low from the north

Photo: Terry Howard (54)

View from the High Peak Trail

View from the High Peak Trail

Photo: Adrian Booth (3)

Chapel Street in Longnor Village

Chapel Street in Longnor Village

Photo: James Gray (17)

Stepping Stones across the River Dove in Dove Dale

Stepping Stones across the River Dove in Dove Dale

Photo: Brian Lunn (2)

Heading towards Darley Farm

Heading towards Darley Farm

Photo: Terry Howard (58)

Hartington

Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (68)

Sunset from the High Peak Trail

Sunset from the High Peak Trail

Photo: Adrian Booth (1)

The narrow Chapel Street in Longnor Village

The narrow Chapel Street in Longnor Village

Photo: James Gray (16)

Looking up to Thorpe Cloud from Dove Dale

Looking up to Thorpe Cloud from Dove Dale

Photo: Brian Lunn (1)

The Crewe and Harpur Arms, Longnor

The Crewe and Harpur Arms, Longnor

Photo: James Gray (20)

Chapel Street, Longnor

Chapel Street, Longnor

Photo: Mark Glazer (1)

Crossing fields heading for Vincent House Farm

Crossing fields heading for Vincent House Farm

Photo: Terry Howard (56)

Hurdlow (Sparklow) station on The High Peak Trail

Hurdlow (Sparklow) station on The High Peak Trail

Photo: Jack Quick (30)

The Horseshoe Inn, Longnor

The Horseshoe Inn, Longnor

Photo: James Gray (22)

Hartington nameplate on the former Signal Box at Hartington Station

Hartington nameplate on the former Signal Box at Hartington Station

Photo: Terry Howard (64)

Young Calves in the fields near Longnor

Young Calves in the fields near Longnor

Photo: James Gray (23)

Water Fountain, Hartington

Water Fountain, Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (72)

Heathcote Mere

Heathcote Mere

Photo: Terry Howard (66)

St. Giles' Church, Hartington

St. Giles' Church, Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (43)

St Bartholomew's Church, Longnor

St Bartholomew's Church, Longnor

Photo: Mark Glazer (2)

The High Peak Trail near Hurdlow (Sparklow)

The High Peak Trail near Hurdlow (Sparklow)

Photo: Jack Quick (29)

Hartington

Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (77)

Inside St Giles' Church, Hartington

Inside St Giles' Church, Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (75)

Green lane near Heathcote

Green lane near Heathcote

Photo: Terry Howard (65)

Longnor Village Church

Longnor Village Church

Photo: James Gray (14)

The Devonshire Arms, Hartington

The Devonshire Arms, Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (71)

The Village Stores, Hartington

The Village Stores, Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (76)

Hartington Station and former Signal Box

Hartington Station and former Signal Box

Photo: Terry Howard (63)

Small pool west of Vincent House

Small pool west of Vincent House

Photo: Terry Howard (55)

Hartington from Hartington Station on the Tissington Trail

Hartington from Hartington Station on the Tissington Trail

Photo: Mike Talbot (3)

Chapel Street, Longnor Village

Chapel Street, Longnor Village

Photo: James Gray (18)

The Charles Cotton Hotel, Hartington

The Charles Cotton Hotel, Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (42)

Dove Valley, Hartington

Dove Valley, Hartington

Photo: Mike Talbot (1)

Hartington

Hartington

Photo: Terry Howard (70)

Longnor Village Hall, Longnor

Longnor Village Hall, Longnor

Photo: James Gray (21)

Sign at the entrance to Vincent House Farm

Sign at the entrance to Vincent House Farm

Photo: Terry Howard (57)

View from the High Peak Trail

View from the High Peak Trail

Photo: Adrian Booth (4)

View from the High Peak Trail

View from the High Peak Trail

Photo: Adrian Booth (2)


. . . see just 10 walk photos from Walk d225 Sheen, The Manifold Valley, Longnor and Pilsbury Castle Hills from Hartington


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