Monday 1st March 2010
Every time I visit one of my clients I drive by Stanton Moor and as today the meeting was going to finish around lunchtime I opted for a lunchtime walk and lunch with a view.
Start: Cork Stone entrance lay-by (SK 2419 6281)
Route: Stanton Moor (TP)
Distance: 2.25 miles Ascent: 67 metres Time Taken: 1 hour 30 minutes
Terrain: Good paths.
Weather: Warm and sunny.
Pub visited: None Ale Drunk: None
The Cork Stone as I head onto Stanton Moor.
The foot holes and rungs on the other side of the Cork Stone.
Looking across Stanton Moor to Farley Moor on the other side of Darley Dale.
Looking east towards Riber Hill.
Despite having visited Stanton Moor many times I've never spotted the remains of this building before.
Looking back to Stanton Moor from one of the many standing stones on the moor.
Looking along the edge path that I would follow to the Reform Tower.
Another of the standing stones that is found close to the edge path.
Approaching the Reform Tower.
Nine Ladies Stone Circle which I sat and
admired, with the sun in my face,
I took a somewhat strange route around the
moor today in order to visit some
Whilst I was stood at the trig chatting to
a man walking his dog he spotted the snow
When I was approaching the trig I spotted
this cairn which looks like it's both new
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