Archaeological excavations on this rich historical site have uncovered many treasures.
You can visit the site of a roundhouse dating back 3000 years, and discover further evidence of Bronze and Iron Age settlements, including gritstone engraved with art, ring cairns and standing stones.
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Starting Point: National Park car park adjacent to the Robin Hood Inn (Ordnance Survey grid reference – SK280721)
Distance: 2.25 miles / 3.6 km
Allow: 2 hours
Map: Explorer OL24 The Peak District – White Peak Area
Terrain: Muddy in places during wet periods. A fairly level route but there are two stiles to cross
Nearest town: Baslow
Travel info: The 170 bus service operates between Chesterfield and Baslow. The nearest car park is illustrated next to the start point.
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