A leisurely walk (countryside) in national park Peak District in Derbyshire, England, about 3.46km (2.15 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 1:00. It is unsuitable for families with children, prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs.
Car Free Walks TeamCreated by Timwoods on 23 May 2008
Stanton Moor, in the White Peak, is famous for its prehistoric ruins - over 70 burial mounds have been found here. The most famous site is the Nine Ladies Stone Circle, which dates back to the Bronze Age. The site was in the news in 2004 because of the protest camp set up to campaign against the site being ruined by a quarry. Luckily they won, so walkers can continue to enjoy this interesting little walk.