A route through the Goyt Valley, past the Cat and Fiddle Inn (the second highest pub in England) and visiting Three Shire Heads the point where Cheshire, Staffordshire and Derbyshire meet.
A tough hilly route mainly across open moorland. Note that the weather on the moors above Buxton can be very unpredictable. Mist and fog often descend to impair visibility. I recommend carrying a map and compass for this route as navigation can be difficult in poor weather.
ParkingLay-by at Bunsal cob or pay and display car parks near Errwood Reservoir.
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