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Camping suggestions for the midland

rastapasta69

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#1
Hello, me and a few mates are going for a camping trip for a couple of days, it's going to be abit rough and ready survival style trip, we're looking for some vast heavily wooded areas around the midlands/peak District area, I've suggested going to the ridge at over haddon to incorporate exploring man dale mine while we're out there, but I was thinking if you lot know some better places maybe with a river near by or whatever I'm open to suggestions, going at the end of November

Cheers!
 

Punk

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Regular User
#2
Camping in November?!?!?!
There's some woods just east of Bakewell, not sure how dense it is though
 

rastapasta69

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28DL Full Member
#3
Yeah it's going to be abit fresh that time of year! I don't mind the cold personally I work out in all winter, adds to the challenge i suppose,
just had a look on the maps and I can see where your talking about, it's basicly on the other side of bakewell from Over Haddon, good shout I'll check it out, cheers matey :thumb
 
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