'Bluebell'­ walk, Shining Cliff and Alderwasley again

A couple of mile walk through Shining Cliff woods and Alderwasley estate to (hopefully!) look at the bluebells. 

The walk takes around an hour and half and has a couple of hilly bits but nothing too strenuous. 

Feel free to bring a camera, a dog, a child, a picnic or anything else that you feel is relevant!

Meet at the parking/layby just over the bridge on Holly Lane in Ambergate. Holly Lane is between the petrol station and the Hurt Arms on the A6.

I may reschedule this dependent on bluebell appearance!

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  • Fiona C

    thanks for lovely walk - good to meet you all + thanks for uploading pics.

    1 · April 27

  • Mike F.

    Another fab walk Katy - thanks for organising

    April 27

  • Bev C.

    Would love to come but feeling a little fluey so just going to do a brief walk today will hopefully see you all soon.

    April 27

  • June

    Sorry, I won't make it, this weather is causing havoc with my hayfever/asthma! Have a good walk!

    April 26

  • Abi

    Would love to but my son is on Beaver Parade!

    April 25

  • Fiona C

    hi- just joined. when would be the latest you'd post up on here if rescheduled please? juggling between this and onestep walkers walk on same day. thanks.

    April 23

    • Katy

      The walk will be happening, I went up there today and the bluebells are starting to come out so it should be fine. It is a little damp so waterproofs shoes are needed!

      1 · April 23

  • Katy

    The walk is 4.25 miles long, and has a steady uphill section, but not overly steep.
    There are likely to be muddy sections and some bits can be very wet if it has rained recently, so appropriate footwear is recommended.

    April 20

  • Rose

    what about ending in the Hurt Arms nearby. (a6)

    April 5

    • Katy

      Good idea. Maybe bring some shoes to change in to as we don't want to ruin their new carpet!

      April 6

  • Naz

    Katy why don't you bring your dog with you too

    April 4

    • Katy

      I may do, although he has a habit of trampling on flowers!

      April 4

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