The Manifold Valley is as its name suggests home to the Manifold River. Rising in Staffordshire near Axe edge the river, its valley and surrounding hills provide some of the best scenic walks in the Peak District.
The river itself eventually flows into the River Dove. We’ll be covering some of the routes you can walk to take in the delights of the Manifold Valley in a later post.
For now here are some images from a recent walk in the Manifold Valley.
This walk around Burbage Valley and Burbage edge takes in some of the famous Peak District landmarks and gives you a good workout with its ups & downs. We parked the car up at the southern end of Stannage Edge just west of the Fiddler’s […]
The Burbage Valley is surrounded by interesting geological and historical features making it a great walk at any time of year. Sheffield Country Walk runs North-South between Burbage Edge and Burbage Brook. Many other paths criss-cross the landscape too, though some care is needed if […]