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"BECAUSE WHEN YOU STOP AND LOOK AROUND, THIS LIFE IS PRETTY AMAZING"
Dr Suess

Edale

Fieldhead is located in the centre of the picturesque village of Edale in the Peak District National Park. The Moorland Centre has lots of local information and gifts on offer, a great place to stop before you start your day.

Edale also has two welcoming pubs; The Old Nags Head and The Rambler Inn that both offer great food and drink, perfect as a reward after a long days walk. 

There are also a two cafe's; Penny Pot Café and Newfold Farm Cafe, where you can get you a lovely coffee or a hot chocolate, and even a bite to eat to take on your adventure.

Forgotten that essential item, then Edale General Store is the place to go, just a short walk to the end of the village. 

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The perfect base for outdoor activities

Being at the foot of Kinder Scout, and the start (or Southern end) of the Pennine Way, it is a popular location for hikers and mountain bikers. There are a variety of routes to places such as; Jacob's Ladder, Grindsbrook Clough, Hollins Cross, Rushup Edge, Win Hill and Mam Tor to name a few all of which very close by.

AND ONLY A SHORT DRIVE AWAY... 

You can find Castleton Caves just over the hill. And well known climbing areas such as Stanage Edge, Millstone Edge and Burbage. 

Lady Bower Reservoir is also not far, with bike hire facilities available at Fairholmes at the foot of the dam or at the Bike Garage in Bamford, its a great place for a mountain biking trip or easy access walking for all the family. 

So whether it is walking, running, climbing, mountain biking, road cycling, wild swimming, caving or simply pottering round scenic villages then you'll find it all here not far from Fieldhead Campsite in Edale.  

Not feeling adventurous? 

The campsite is a small quiet site where you can sit and relax, read a book, listen to the sounds of the river or watch the wildlife. Or if you fancy a potter around quaint villages then there are plenty to choose from;

 

Castleton is just over the hill, a short drive away or a nice circular walk, where you can explore many of the impressive caverns and shop for the Blue John that is mined there.

There is the hustle bustle of the outdoor centre of Hathersage, where you can shop for your outdoor gear and grab a bite to eat in the many pubs and cafes.

Or if you fancy more of a market town then the lovely village Bakewell is the place for you. 

Chatsworth estate isn't a long drive away if the weather isn't great you can explore the grand house, gardens and farm shop.

 

As well as Haddon Hall, Buxton Pavallion, Matlock Bath and many more places all less than an hour away. 

ACTIVITIES WE RECOMMEND

Just some of the great things to do nearby. 

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Walking

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Climbing

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Cycling

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Food & Drink

Do you like the sound of the area?  
Why not book your next adventure here... 

* We always try to find space for walk-ons, but please be aware in peak season times we may be fully booked.     If you wish to bring a vehicle we always recommend booking first. 

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