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Autumn Walk on Bamford Edge Gallery

Autumn Walk on Bamford Edge Gallery

This is just a few pictures from our walk today on Bamford Edge in the Derbyshire Peak District. The northern end of the edge give you great views over Ladybower Reservoir, Win Hill, Crook Hill and Derwent edge among other landmarks. You’ll also find a lot of Red Grouse up there as well as lots of sheep of course.

We’ll post more images up at a later date, including the grouse and a kestrel! But for now we hope you enjoy these:


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