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Curbar and Calver Edge

Calver, Curbar And Froggat Edge - A Brand New Video From The Masters Of Peak District Imagery.

With dramatic grit stone edges & stunning scenery, this new video has the lot. This wonderful part of our country throws up daily surprises -  with views to live for. This latest video is right up our street, or should we say escarpment?

This wonderfully scenic area, boasts a sculptured grit stone edge which runs through two miles of unadulterated delightful countryside.
A favourite place in the Peak District for climbers and walkers alike, we're told it was inhabited in the Bronze Age - its landscape seeped in history. We can easily imagine it looked no different from the wild and misty moors it still is today, the hard rock providing shelter and an abundance of wildlife a morsel of survival. With it's weird and wonderful rock formations, we're offered spectacular views of Derbyshire's countryside, and down to the valley below. Here we meet Calver, a beautiful village with a stunning weir and the riotous waters of the River Derwent running through it  - where grit stone built its own community. A bustling craft centre houses many treasures - a true box of delights and a tiny gallery houses works to collect, local artists to support.
It's another new video introducing the Peak District to the uninitiated. The highest point in this beautiful region of this county is depicted in wonderfully appetising delight. Set to a sunny side soundtrack, the spectacular Calver, Curbar and Froggat scenery are shown in the Summertime, where all terrains are covered, all seasons promised.

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