Peak District – Chrome & Parkhouse Hill

In this video I head to Crowdecote to meet my friend Andy, we then wandered up and over Parkhouse Hill in the rain before the weather changed. It was rather windy and wild as we descended the northern route down Parkhouse but thankfully neither of us fell down the slippery limestone path. The next obstacle was Chrome Hill and as we reached the top the sun came out and it turned into a glorious afternoon. We then headed for Tor Rock and Stoop Farm before climbing up Hollins Hill and having a break at the burial mound, the views of Chrome from the top were excellent today as the sun shone down on us. We then made our way down to the River Dove and wandered through Hollins Clough and Glutten Bridge on our way back to Crowdecote. As is customary, we finished off the day with coffee and cake over in Hartington.

Route Map – http://www.shareyouradventure.com/map/perma/57915/iframe

Links related to this video
GPX Route File – Dropbox Link
Axe Edge Moor Wild Camp – https://youtu.be/V0mfvorrj1k
Cressbrook & Peter’s Stone – https://youtu.be/zHqp02ECkNI
Micro Muff DSLR Wind Protector – http://amzn.to/1EsNYF7
Jay’s YouTube Channel – http://bit.ly/YouTubeGoonieBushcraft

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All music by Dean Read. Footage shot with a Canon 550D with a 18-55mm Lens and edited in iMovie

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