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Robin Hood's Stride is a rocky outcrop overlooking the pretty village of Elton, in Derbyshire. By tradition the sole province of Robin Hood is known to have been Sherwood Forest so it is interesting that both he and Little John feature in the romantic legends of the Peaks.
The region is popular with walkers, the stride consists mainly of three rock outcrops beneath which lies the hermit's Cave with its carved Crucifix.
Walkers who reach Robin Hood's Stride are rewarded with outstanding views across the rolling countryside of the Peak District and some of the prettiest villages in Derbyshire.
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in the county of Derbyshire(4.0 miles, 6.4 km, direction N)
Bakewell is the largest town in the Peak District National Park. It is an old town full of glowing stone houses and buildings that lend an air of ambience and overall warmth...
in the county of Derbyshire(4.9 miles, 8.0 km, direction SE)
Matlock Bath lies amongst some of the most beautiful river-valley country in England...
in the county of Derbyshire(5.0 miles, 8.0 km, direction N)
The village was a centre for candle making, noted for lead mining and made famous by the discovery of Ashford marble which was first quarried by Henry Watson in 1748...
in the county of Derbyshire(5.2 miles, 8.3 km, direction N)
in the county of Derbyshire(5.9 miles, 9.5 km, direction W)
Hartington is a small village centred around a medieval market place, with attractive 18th and 19th century buildings...All towns in Derbyshire
This wild eyrie stretch of moorland has an invigorating, yet gloomy feel to it and looking around at the barrows left from the.....
Perched in a picturesque position above the Derbyshire River Wye, the grey stone walls of Haddon House tempt invitingly, and you.....
This is one of the Peak Districts hidden gems, not only is the scenery highly picturesque but the region is full of interesting.....