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/ A short yet challenging walk in the White Peak?

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cb_6 - on 31 Dec 2017
Hello,

I was wondering if anyone had any ideas for a walking route in the White Peak? Ideally, something with some steep hills in it to really challenge the legs, but a short enough circuit that it could be done in 3 hours, maybe 4 hours tops, by someone with a reasonable level of fitness.

Any ideas? Danke!
Dave the Rave on 31 Dec 2017
In reply to cb_6:

https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=3&ved=0ahUKEwjD6J3UkLTYAhWK16QKHbkfA_MQF...
To cut it short, don’t do the bit to Luds Church and cut short at roach end.
adam clarke - on 31 Dec 2017
In reply to cb_6:

Chrome Hill and Parkhouse Hill from Earl Sterndale is an excellent little circuit in good weather, with some steep ground and exposure. You'll need to check conditions however as parts of this will be approaching grade I terrain in winter conditions
cb_6 - on 31 Dec 2017
In reply to Dave the Rave:

Thanks for the quick replies!
keith-ratcliffe on 31 Dec 2017
In reply to adam clarke:
A great choice http://www.happyhiker.co.uk/MyWalks/PeakDistrict/ParkhouseHillandChromeHill/Hiking%20Pages%20-%20Par...
I did this just after the access to Chrome Hill was opened but Parkhouse was an undercover operation at that time.

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