Walk d310 Dobb Edge and Chatsworth Park from Chatsworth House

Fine views over Chatsworth Park


Route outline for walk d310:

Chatsworth House  -  Stand Wood Ornamental Waterfall  -  Chatsworth Elizabethan Hunting Tower  -  Dobb Edge  -  Robin Hood (Baslow)  -  Birchen Edge Car Park  -  Jumble Coppice  -  Jubilee Rock  -  Chatsworth Park  -  The Cannon Kissing Gate  -  Baslow  -  The Derwent Valley Heritage Way  -  Chatsworth House.



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 d310 Dobb Edge and Chatsworth Park from Chatsworth House

In no particular order . . .

Nelson's Monument (Birchen Edge)

Nelson's Monument (Birchen Edge)

Photo: Mike Walker (59)

Looking down from Birchen Edge

Looking down from Birchen Edge

Photo: Mike Walker (66)

Welcome to Chatsworth Park

Welcome to Chatsworth Park

Photo: Russell Hubbard (13)

Elizabethan Hunting Tower, Chatsworth Park

Elizabethan Hunting Tower, Chatsworth Park

Photo: Liam Hughes (5)

The Robin Hood beside Birchen Edge Car Park

The Robin Hood beside Birchen Edge Car Park

Photo: Mike Walker (433)

Rock cliffs above Jumble Coppice

Rock cliffs above Jumble Coppice

Photo: Russell Hubbard (17)

Bridge over The River Derwent, Baslow Village

Bridge over The River Derwent, Baslow Village

Photo: Tim Simmonds (19)

Cottages by the path into Chatsworth Park from Baslow

Cottages by the path into Chatsworth Park from Baslow

Photo: Russell Hubbard (11)

Chatsworth House

Chatsworth House

Photo: Liam Hughes (2)

The view from Birchen Edge summit

The view from Birchen Edge summit

Photo: Gilbert Rowbottom (10)


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