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Ramshaw Rocks – Leek

Ramshaw Rocks is a prominent rocky ridge above Leek and Tittesworth Reservoir in the Peak District which forms a gritstone escarpment, which is popular with hikers, rock climbers and freerunners.

This was a killer but we did get lost and it ended up being like a 10 mile walk. Stick to the signs and it will end up being like a 7 mile loop walk.

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It’s up to you though, it’s not a long walk to the top so you can get up there and turn round whenever you like and you’ll still see all the views.

The views are amazing and there’s some mad rock formations along the way. Doable with kids and dogs and there was an ice cream van en route so make sure you take some money.

Ramshaw Rocks Information

Location: Ramshaw Rocks, Leek, Peak District, ST13 8UE 📍

Drive: Between 1hr 10 – 1hr 20 from Liverpool

Sat Nav: The Roaches Tea Rooms (There’s no postcode for the road so this will get you on the road)

Walk Distance: 7-10 miles

Time: 4-6 hours

Cost: Free

Parking: Free (As you’re arriving you’ll see parking on the side of the road)

Please be advised we visited here in June 2020 so some details and information may of changed since our visit.

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