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Aircraft Wrecks Close To Fairholmes

Aircraft Wrecks Close To Fairholmes

Aircraft Wrecks Close To Fairholmes

 
Saturday 8th June 2026 
 
7 miles 
 
Learn the fascinating stories of the historic air crashes in the Upper Derwent Valley whilst exploring the woods and moors close to Fairholmes. On the return we will visit the site of the navvy village at Tintown where the workers who built the dams lived, over 100 years ago. Come prepared for all weathers and 7 miles of steep and rough walking.
 
Event Grade: Hard - longer, more challenging, walks usually with ascents and descents and rough terrain.
 
Event Terrain: Long climbs and some rough moorland walking.
 
Start: 10.00am  Finish: 3:00pm 
 
Meeting Point: Fairholmes Visitor Centre, Derwent Lane, Bamford. 
 
Grid Reference: SK17 89  Post Code: S33 0AQ What3Words: emblem.dummy.gallons
 
Parking: Pay and Display. Please allow extra time to find a parking space. Toilets and refreshment kiosk on site. 
 
Near A Bus Route: No      Near A Rail Station: No
 
Dogs: Assistance dogs only allowed. 
 
Cost: £15 per person aged 18 and above. Children aged 17 and below go free on any suitable event.
 
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