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Kinder From Edge To Edge

Kinder From Edge To Edge

Sunday 30 April, Saturday 10 June, Tuesday 18 July and Sunday 15 October 2023   
11 miles  
A day getting to know the real character of the Peak District's most iconic mountain. On this walk we will leave the well-trodden paths to criss-cross the plateau and to explore some of Kinder's unique features, including distinctive rock formations and the complex system of water channels known as groughs which have been gouged out of the peat over centuries.  With wonderful panoramas and picture opportunities, we will also visit the summit point and the famous Kinder Downfall which is the highest waterfall in the National Park; and there'll be a chance to see and hear about the extensive restoration work that has been carried out to protect this valuable landscape for generations to come.
Event Grade: Hard - ascents and descents and rough terrain.
Extra Items: Please bring full waterproofs, enough food and drink for the day, good walking boots  and sun protection.
Event Terrain: This is a strenuous walk with steep ascents and descents and rough moorland terrain. An appropriate level of fitness is required.
Start: 10.00am  Finish: 5:00pm  
Meeting Point: Bowden Bridge Car Park. Toilets available by car park. The car park is located opposite to the entrance to the Caravan and Camping Club site. 
Grid Reference: SK04848693  Post Code: SK22 2LH What3Words: active.interests.arrow 
Parking: Pay and Display. Additional parking is available on the road near the car park (can get busy). The area can be very busy on good days so walkers should arrive early to allow for the possibility of having to park some distance away. 
Near Bus Route: No
Near Rail Station: No
Dogs: Dogs On Leads Allowed. Dogs need to be on a lead at all times to prevent disturbance to ground nesting birds. 
Cost: £10 per person aged 18 and above. Children aged 17 and below go free on any suitable event.
Click the date in the calendar to see how many places are available and to book on.