Three Shire Heads is a great walk in the Peak District and is popular during summer holidays and weekends for families.
Once you get there, walk up the road, cross over and you’ll see a little ladder to climb down. The path isn’t that clear at first but just walk across the fields until you see the path next to the stream.
Lovely little walk that can be made as short or long as you like if you choose other paths, we just kept right (against the hill) and it eventually took us back to the car.
Once you get to the waterfall there’s a few little places to sit down, have some food and we even seen a few people getting in the water so pack a towel if you fancy a dip.
Not that challenging so could definitely take the kids and the dog. Recommend walking boots as it can be muddy at times.
Three Shire Heads Information
Drive: Between 1hr 10 – 1hr 20 from Liverpool
Sat Nav: Three Shire Heads (You’ll reach destination before you actually get there, keep driving and you’ll see parking on the side of the road)
Walk Distance: 3-4 miles
Time: 1.5-2 hours
Parking: Free (as you get there you’ll see parking on the right side of the road, keep going until you see the parking on the left)
Please be advised we visited here in July 2020 so some details and information may of changed since our visit.
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