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Ashover Rock, or The Fabrick as it’s also known locally, is close to the village of Ashover.
Black Rocks is a weathered outcrop of Ashover grit which can be reached by a short, steep climb, from the car park. The site has interesting wildlife walks through different types of woodland.
Located near Broomfield College at Breadsall the site comprises a section of the former Great Northern Railway that has developed a rich flora and wildlife interest.
A linear park created on the route of the former Great Northern railway.
This car park provides a good base to explore the local Public Rights of Way, including the Derwent Valley Heritage Way.
Doe Lea Local Nature Reserve (LNR) is a hidden gem, tucked away below the A617 at Bramley Vale.
Eddlestow Lot Picnic Site has been developed in the former Wirestone Quarry and is surrounded by heathland vegetation.
Reclaimed in the 1980s, this site now boasts a range of facilities.
Grin Low is a unique site which combines important landscape and wildlife features with an incredibly rich history.
Highoredish car park and picnic site offers stunning views over Ogston Reservoir.
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