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Worrall Troughs Walk

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Description

This short walk takes you from the village of Worrall, across open fields to an unusual washing trough and well. Open views from this walk present a wide panorama stretching from Wharncliffe Woods down into Sheffield.

Information

  • Length – 1.0 miles
  • Grade – Well marked paths, some stiles, steady ascents. Parts can be muddy and slippy.
  • Start – Corner of Haggstones Road and Kirk Edge Road. Parking on the road.
  • Grid Reference  – SK 308 920
  • Maps – OL1 Dark Peak
  • Parking – Car Park (free)
  • Public transport – Buses (service 57) stop at the corner of Haggstones Road and Kirk Edge Road
  • Public Toilets – none on the route.

Download the route information and gpx data.




Map of the route

worrall troughs map
© OpenStreetMap contributors

Mobile Phone Coverage – Mobile phone signal coverage is mostly good in this area. Intermittent signals can be received on higher ground.

Ordnance Survey map OL1 Dark Peak is recommended for all the routes on this web site.

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