683 Rowsley to Chatsworth

The Derwent is Derbyshire's longest river and from Rowsley to Chatsworth its deep dark waters are a constant companion. Then, after a classic view of the Duke of Devonshire's stately home and the fairytale village of Edensor, parkland and woodland bring you back to Caudwell’s Mill.

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LOCATION: Rowsley, four miles south east of Bakewell
START: Follow signs to Caudwell’s Mill from A6. Park beyond mill entrance on layby by playground
Grid ref: SK256657 Postcode: DE4 2EE
DISTANCE: 8.5 miles
GRADE: Easy
TIME: 4 hours
MAP: Explorer OL - White Peak Landranger 119
REFRESHMENTS: Caudwell’s Mill, Garden Centre, Chatsworth, Edensor
EN ROUTE: Calton Lees, Calton Pasures, Edensor, One Arch Bridge


This walk was originally published by
The Manchester Evening News

   
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