A circular, half-day low hills and fells (below 600m) walk in national park Peak District (England) starting at Longnor, Staffordshire, about 13.2km (roughly 8.2 miles) long and suitable for families with children, but unsuitable for prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs.
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Small hills can be deceptive; Chrome Hill is a mere 425m, but its appearance is more of a mountain, with a fine rock-smattered ridge. This walk includes a bit of Peak District countryside on the way there and back – never a bad thing.
Regular buses run between Ashbourne and Buxton, stopping at Longnor. It's a good family walk, but there are a few road sections.
About 0.6 km (roughly 0.4 miles) from 13OS Grid: SK087649
There are a few pubs in the town if you have a wait for the bus; the local recommendation, though, is the Packhorse Inn in nearby Crowedicote, a short walk away. Buses between Buxton and Ashbourne stop here too, making this a good option.
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