Parkhouse Hill from the Park 8 - 8.5 miles, 3 - 4 hours
Head down the dog walk, turn right and walk to the end of the single track road.
At the end of the road turn left and then left again signposted Leek.
On the right there is a signpost. Follow the direction it points across the field.
Head over the footbridge, turn up the hill diagonally left towards the building.
After the stile turn right and walk down the drive.
Follow this path to the right over the fields and then over the wall.
Go over the style / tree / bridge. Turn left up the hill and through the gap.
Turn right after the gap in the wall, go through this gap and cross the field.
Go through the gates and turn right. Walk down the track and in to Longnor.
Turn left up Carder Green. Cross the road at the top and head down the alley.
Turn right and follow the footpath to the right.
Go behind the houses, over the style and cross the field along the wall.
Turn right over the style and follow the path down to the left.
Turn left and head up the road to the top of the hill.
Turn right and head down the hill through the traffic lights. *
Turn left here, cross the road and follow the track.
Turn left through the gate and then cross down the field down to the right.
Cross over the bridge and head diagonally left over the field.
Go through the gate. I would now go right to the back of the hill and over.
Ultimately, you will go over here (left of the gate) on the road to Hollinsclough.
Once over the cattle grid turn right and head into the village.
At the triangle take the left hand road and enter the path straight ahead.
Head down the pathway that leads past the farm.
There are rocks here meant to stop bikers, I had to jump over to get past.
At this point, take the path to the left and head up the hill.
At the end of the path keep going straight ahead.
After a short distance take this path on the left. Follow the wall to the end.
At the end of the fields, go over the steps, turn right and then left down the road.
At the end of the road turn left and then follow the road back to the site.
You have made it back to the site! Head on up the dog walk and you’re home.