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Local Area
The villages of Hope and Castleton are within easy reach both on foot and by car and have a variety of eating places and food shops, Post Office and gift and outdoor equipment shops. Castleton is famous for its caverns and Blue John jewellery and the Peak District National Park information centre is also located in the village.

There is direct access onto the network of footpaths covering the valley and the gritstone edges of Lose Hill, Win Hill and Mam Tor and into the Edale Valley. 

Follow the link below to find out more about walks around Castleton.
Castleton Walks

Peveril Castle stands high up above the village and is the remains of one of the country’s first Norman castles.
www.english-heritage.co.uk

Easily accessible by car are the Ladybower and Derwent Dams of Dambusters fame – great for walking and cycling (cycles are available to hire).

The Chatsworth Estate is about 15 miles from Castleton and provides more spectacular walking and the opportunity to visit the House and Gardens. There is a Farm Shop and several different eateries – all well worth visiting! 
www.chatsworth.org/

The villages of the White Peak are a little further afield but well worth the trip and also the disused railway lines throughout that area have been refurbished to give excellent walking and cycling with contrasting views from those of our Dark Peak area around Castleton.
The city of Sheffield is around 45 mins away by car and the towns of Buxton and Bakewell are about 30 mins away.
www.sheffield.gov.uk

Local transport links are available by train (from Hope station) or bus (from Castleton).
www.nationalrail.co.uk

Information on the local area, transport and maps can be found at the Peak National Park Information Centre in Castleton.


 

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