Hayfield, Derbyshire England.
'The Inn Way...to the Peak District' by Mark Reid.This is the ONLY guidebook to this walk.
OS Explorer map OL1 'Peak District: Dark Peak'
OS Explorer map OL24 'Peak District: White Peak'
Always take OS maps with you on your walk
84 miles, divided into six day stages and passing 51 traditional country pubs along the way
Stage One: Hayfield to Hathersage (17.5 miles)
Stage Two: Hathersage to Baslow (13 miles)
Stage Three: Baslow to Youlgrave (12 miles)
Stage Four: Youlgrave to Tideswell (16 miles)
Stage Five: Tideswell to Castleton (14 miles)
Stage Six: Castleton to Hayfield (11.5 miles)
By public transport – the nearest train stations are at Glossop or New Mills, from where there are frequent bus services straight through to Hayfield.
By car – Hayfield is situated on the A624 midway between Glossop and Chapel-en-le-Frith, in the north-west corner of Derbyshire, close to the borders of Greater Manchester and Cheshire. With limited long term parking available at Hayfield why not make use of the public transport network and save time, money, hassle and the environment!
It is essential to book accommodation in advance as it can get fully booked up during the summer months and may close temporarily during the winter months.
Accommodation will be required for Hayfield (start/finish), Hathersage, Baslow, Youlgrave, Tideswell and Castleton.
See 'Accommodation Guide' page for more details
Take the strain out of your walk, so you only have to carry a 'day-sack'. Brigantes Baggage Couriers: www.brigantesenglishwalks.com