On our trip to the British Lands. We take the train in Manchester and get off at Edale, a small town in the Peak Distric National Park.
The route starts from the same station and we climb up to take the Pennine Way that between sheep pastures takes us to the Upper Booth farms. There we take a path to the right that goes up parallel to the Crowden Brook River. Where we finally reached the Edale Moor.
Walk us along the rope of the Edale Moor, the Edale Head and Noe Stool until you reach the Kinder Low of 633 meters above sea level. Signposted with white geodetic monolith.
We continue along the Red Brook River until we reach the Kinder River, just in its waterfall (Kinder Downfall). We continue upstream along the Kinder River and then turn towards the Crowden Tower pass. But for them it is difficult for us to pass the swampy area of the tributaries of the Kinder (Kinder Gates).
Already in the step everything is simplified and we walk along the rope towards the Grinds Brook pass, where a steep descent begins are difficulty, but in which you have to go carefully.
Follow the Grinds Creek through the Grindsbrook Clough. The descent continues parallel to the Grinds Brook that returns us to the town and station of Edale.
Very beautiful route through the PeaK Distrit in the heart of the UK. Visiting the Kinder Low Peak and the Kinder River Downfall.
Max elevation: 597 m
Total climbing: 1127 m