Dronfield 2000 Rotary Walk

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Start: Coal Aston
Distance: 15 miles (24 km)
Grid Ref: SK360797
 
Climbing: 595 metres
Walk time: 5-7 hours
Days: 1

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Summary: The Dronfield 2000 Rotary Walk was created as a Millennium project by the local Rotary Association. The route circles the Derbyshire town of Dronfield which is situated in the valley of the small River Drone. From the start of the walk in the neighbouring village of Coal Aston the route goes clockwise and visits Cook Spring Wood, Moss Valley Woodlands Nature Reserve, Troway, Summerley, Hallowes, Unstone, Monk Wood, Lees Wood, Cartledge, Holmesfield, Rod Moor, Mickley, Barnes Lane, Bowshaw and Birchett. The walk shares the path of the Sheffield Country Walk on the north side of the circuit.

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