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Chew Moors give Peak walkers much to bite on

Posted 18 November 2009
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Chew Moors give Peak walkers much to bite on
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The coming weekend will see a guided walk take place on the Chew Moors in the Peak District National Park.

Those venturing out may find bringing a walking pole or two along with the rest of their hiking gear is a good move, as the moors are described as "wild" and "rough".

It starts at the Dovestone Ranger Centre and will set off at 09:30 GMT, returning at 15:00 GMT before the light fades.

Ordnance Survey maps of the Dark Peak should be brought as well, along with a compass.

These can be bought at the Go Outdoors stores in Sheffield, Stockport and Hathersage.

People who fancy a walk in the Peak District under their own steam may find a variety of interesting places to hike and climb.

Those looking to reach a summit or two can aim for the tops of Kinder Scout (2,088 ft/636 m) and Bleaklow (2,077 ft/633 m) in the High Peak.

Posted by Brandon Egley