Tuesday 13th February 2007

The first dry day since the heavy snow and rain of the past week meant that despite the lack of sun I had to get out of the house for a short walk. Last time I was at Harboro Rocks I didn't spot the cave until I was at home looking at the pictures I had taken, so today I made finding it my main aim.

Start: Brassington car park (SK 2337 5469)

Route:

Brassington - Harboro Rocks (TP) - High Peak Trail - Brassington

Distance: 3.5 miles     Ascent: 168 metres      Time Taken: 1 hr 30 mins 

Weather: Grey and cold.

Pub Visited: None    Ale Drunk: None

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Brassington

Brassington from the car park.

Harboro Rocks

The first view of Harboro Rocks.

Harboro Rocks

Approaching the rocks.

Harboro Cave

The cave at Harboro Rocks which was inhabited during the eighteenth century by a lead-miner his wife and 5 children.

Harboro Rocks' trig

The 'busy' summit of Harboro Rocks.

Carsington Reservoir

Carsington Reservoir from the summit of Harboro Rocks. A view which could soon be  spoilt by wind turbines if yesterday's local paper is correct.

Harboro Rocks

Harboro Rocks.

Harboro Rocks

Harboro Rocks.

High Peak Trail

The High Peak Trail.

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