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There are two directions from which you can approach the site. Via Hope, turning at The old Hall pub, and following Edale Road for 6 miles. Going past Edale car park and the turning up to Edale village,(do not turn up to Edale village) once you have past these, the site is half a mile on, on the right hand site.
Via Mam Tor/ Mam Nick, which is a steep decline into the Vale of Edale. Once at the bottom of the hill the road goes over a bridge crossing the river Noe and the a bend to the right. Follow the road round the bend and on for half a mile the site is on the left hand side just after a barn on the edge of the road.
The site is located within a ten minute walk from the station, a twenty minute walk from, the start of the Pennine way, footpaths to Kinder Scout, local pubs, shop and information centre. Within driving distance of Castleton and its Blue John Caverns. The towns of Buxton and Bakewell are within 30 minute driving time.
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