Date: 4th May 2019
Time: 10:30
Activity Length: 240 mins
Activity Run By: Samantha Armstrong
Activity Lead By: Colin McLean
Location: Alstonefield playing field car park, Lode Lane DE6 2FR
Type: Nordic Walking, Well Being Walks (No Discount)

A lovely walk starting through the picturesque village of Alstonefield to picturesque Milldale crossing Viator’s Bridge, a packhorse bridge named after a character in the best-selling book The Compleat Angler. Crossing the river from Staffordshire into Derbyshire and walking along the dale up through a steady climb of Halldale, to Stanshope with superb views of the River Dove. Little more than a cluster of farms and Stanshope Hall standing on a bend on the road to Ilam. The hall dates back to the 1500s but it has not always been as well kept as it is today. William Manley a money lender, with two mistresses who lived nearby, went bankrupt in 1799. Over the next 50 years, the house fell into disrepair before being rescued from dereliction in the 1850s.  Hall Dale is a delightful dry dale leading down to Dovedale, which used to be covered with beds of snowdrops in the spring. The walk is completed back to Alstonefield and back to the famous George pub for those who wish to stop. 

Steps – 6 Stiles  

Mud – Can be very muddy in places around the river Dove and field paths after heavy rain

Cows – possibly 

LATE CANCELLATION POLICY: Coreconcept Nordic Walking has a late cancellation policy whereby full price will be paid for any walks cancelled within 12 hours of the start of the walk. Any refund will be at the discretion of Coreconcept and will be dependent on the cancelling client making contact with us before cancelling. 

Sam Armstrong

07860478409   

 

This activity is lead by: Colin McLean on behalf of Samantha Armstrong
Colin  McLean
Activity Location: Alstonefield playing field car park, Lode Lane DE6 2FR
Address: Alstonefield playing field car park, Lode Lane DE6 2FR
Location Notes: Free car parking

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