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Edale, England

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Edale Feb 19, 2017
The small village of Edale attracts thousands of visitors due to its ideal location for walking.

Nearby Grindsbrook, Kinder Scout, Jacob's Ladder and Mam Tor are popular destinations. Edale also marks the beginning of the Pennine Way, a 270-mile walk that would take you from Edale in the Peak District, right through the Yorkshire Dales, Northumberland, the Cheviots and up to the Scottish Borders (see web link below).

The Old Nag's Head in the centre of Edale is usually packed with walkers/hikers during the summer months (and skiers in winter) -- the inn was the base of the first ranger post in the Peak District, established in 1954 by the late Tom Tomlinson.

The other pub in Edale is the Rambler Inn, near to Edale train station.

The easiest way to get to Edale is to take the A625 road from Chapel-en-le-Frith towards Sheffield. At the village of Hope, take the left turn (Edale Road) and follow it to Edale.
Approaching Edale village
The Edale Valley
Old Nag's Head pub, Edale
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