It’s Wednesday and I again went for the Longshaw guided walk. These free walks take place every Wednesday and Sunday and are approximately 2 hours long. Meet up is next to the cafe at 11am. 

We took the path towards to Wooden Pole car park but about half way through we took the steps to the left,  up the hill.


View over Longshaw

We then walked towards Wooden Pole which is a packhorse route marker from the 1700’s, marking the route up from Hathersage.  It’s not the original, but it’s been there many years.

Wooden Pole in Longshaw in the Peak District

We followed the path to the end and crossed the road towards the White Edge Lodge. 

The White Edge Lodge in Longshaw in the Peak District

We then went down to the road which we crossed and took the path above the Grouse Inn through the Jubilee Wood towards the Tumbling Hill. What a view over Grindelford! One day I will come back here and will have a picnic enjoying that view again. 

view over Grindelford


A view from the Tumbling Hill

We carried on through a field via Oak’s Wood, along the Grindelford Edge back to Longshaw Cafe. 

Tumbling Hill walk


Longshaw to Tumbling Hill walk in the Peak District


Longshaw to Tumbling Hill walk in the Peak District

You can take dogs on these walks, but they have to be on a lead especially now as it is a lambing season. 

A dog running through a field in Longshaw in the Peak District

What a lovely tree! 

Two trees in Longshaw Estate in the Peak District

I recorded our walk on my OutDoors GPS App.  Wonderfull walk, loved it. 

Longshaw to Tumbling Hill walk route map