*Woop woop*. (Hi)ke takes on the summer heat with a jaunt to Three Shires Head. Who's going to take the plunge?
As the name suggest, Three Shires Head is the meeting point of the three counties that reside within the Peak District National Park; Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire. The old pack horse bridge; dating to the 18th Century and a Grade II-listed structure, has long carried people and animals from one county to another. Keeping them dry above the swirling waters of the River Dane.
Meeting at 10am this walk will be one of the least strenuous we have taken. However, the delights along the way are fantastic. I estimate it will take about three hours to complete.
Fingers crossed the weather is still hot and sunny so we can allow a little time for a quick, refreshing dip in pools beneath the bridge.
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