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Bolsover Boundary Walk (Day 2) - Cancelled

Type:Walking Event

Cresswell Crags
Crags Road
Welbeck
Worksop
Nottinghamshire
S80 3LH
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About

Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances this walk has been cancelled.

A walk, keeping as much as possible, to the Bolsover District Boundary line.

Taking in the most northerly, southerly and highest points together with some places of interest such as Creswell Crags, Pleasley Pit, Pleasley Vale Mills, Hardwick, Pinxton Wharf and the Carr Vale and Peter Fidler Nature Reserve.

Using as many footpaths and trails as possible, although there will be some road walking, to circumnavigate the district of Bolsover along the boundary line this walk will take place over three days. You can book on all three, or just one or two of these day walks.

Day 2 - Please be aware that this is a linear walk, starting at Cresswell Crags and ending at Designer Outlet East Midlands (McArthur Glen Retail Park).

Booking essential
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Grid reference - (start) SK 53944 74413 (finish) SK 46148 56832
This is a linear walk
6-10 stiles

Organised by Bolsover District Council

Guide Prices

Admission free. Booking essential. A mini bus shuttle will be offered and a donation to cover running costs will be asked for.

Facilities

Parking

  • Free Parking - Free parking can be found in Creswell Village. Parking at Cresswell Crags is £4 for up to 3 hours. Details of parking at the Designer Outlet (finish point) will be given to registered walkers nearer the time - this will be a concession and you may be penalised if using the car park without permission.

Property Facilities

  • Public toilets - Toilets available at some point on route

Routes

  • Accessibility of route - Strenuous
  • Description of route - Linear walk, a minimum of one for lunch but others as required, 6-10 stiles
  • Length of route (miles) - 21
  • Typical duration of route - 8 hours with a minimum of one stop for lunch

Opening Times

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Creswell Crags Museum and Visitor Centre is on the border of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire and close to South Yorkshire. Five miles from the M1 motorway (exit 30). Follow brown tourist signs on the A60 Mansfield to Worksop Road or the A616 Sheffield to Newark Road.

Public Transport Directions

Creswell Crags is about a mile walk from the local railway station of Creswell and bus stop for 77 bus on Elmton Road.

Go to Travelline for details. Or contact Chesterfield Visitor Information Centre by phone on 01246 345777 or by email at tourism@chesterfield.gov.uk

 

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