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Breathtaking Views

We visited here on the first day of our holiday. Walking from the village of Curbar you get a sense... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom
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Best Views in the Peaks

No visit to the Peak District is complete without a visit to this spectacular Edge. Park in the... read more

Reviewed 6 August 2018
Norwich, United Kingdom
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Calver, Peak District National Park, England
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited here on the first day of our holiday. Walking from the village of Curbar you get a sense of how the edge dominates the landscape, we got to see a herd of deer too. We chose to climb up to the top, but...More

Thank Aconite9371
Reviewed 6 August 2018

No visit to the Peak District is complete without a visit to this spectacular Edge. Park in the designated car park (free to National Trust members as we are) or park a little away down the road for free. The footpath is quite accessible and...More

Thank KazNorwich
Reviewed 30 July 2018

A dramatic and attractive walk along Curbar and Froggatt Edge with exposed rocky outcrops, perfect for those vertigo inducing selfies! The cliffs are softened by heathers dotted everywhere, silver birch trees growing up to the cliff and drifts of bog cotton blowing in the wind...More

Thank kensmoon
Reviewed 23 July 2018 via mobile

Visited with friends was cloudy and hot. Followed a National Trust walk of 6 miles which was great. The views are stunning. Well worth a visit. Will definitely go back

Thank MR19702602
Reviewed 5 July 2018 via mobile

I have been visiting curbar edge most of my life as we live local and have walked nearly all of this area. Great location to park for Chatsworth or calver and froggat. Very busy when fair weather so best to go when bit cooler,drisley or...More

Thank misscelliott
Reviewed 20 June 2018 via mobile

Fantastic views at this beautiful spot in the Peak District, plenty of opportunities to take photos of the landscape. Like a lot of similar places you can walk as little/ much as you’d like but I would mention that the pathways aren’t all that great...More

Thank TheMartins1997
Reviewed 3 June 2018 via mobile

Parking can be a problem so come early. A mobile cafe is usually in the Curbar Edge Car Park. No toilets. Super walks along the Edge. You may see deer, hear lapwings, curlew and even cuckoos. On a sunny morning you can feel that you...More

1  Thank Julie P
Reviewed 9 April 2018

Walked here yet again this weekend, just simply breath taking scenery and large views across a significant part of the Peak. This walk along the edges is particularly good as it's accessible by many levels of walker from tiny to old and all be it...More

Thank Paul F
Reviewed 22 March 2018

We were visiting Bakewell, with our family, as part of our Golden Wedding present. On the first afternoon we took them to Curbar Edge as they had never been to the Peak District and we wanted to show them a classic edge that was easy...More

1  Thank LeicesterGolfer
Reviewed 28 February 2018 via mobile

Made it up to the top and had some wonderful views until the weather closed in, well worth the climb up there.

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7 March 2018|
Response from YorkPinky125 | Reviewed this property |
There is a free national trust car park at the start of the walk plus lots park on the road. There is an excellent coffee & cake truck there but no toilets or maps of the walk. We just followed the crowds but I believe an... More