Frank suggested that I do accounts of my walks out locally as he enjoyed the Tegg' Nose account from my walk on Tuesday. This one of today's walk was about 30 minutes drive and not in my home county of Cheshire but the next county Derbyshire.
Edale ( pronounced E ...dale ) is a village in Derbyshire, England. The backbone of England is The Pennine mountain range and it starts at Edale ! Historically it has various spellings including Aidele, Heydale (1251), Eydale (1275), Eydal (1285) and Edall (1550).
It is beautifully unspoilt and a place of calm, beauty and clear air. We did lots of walking and had a pub lunch in a pub dating back to 1577. It has afternoon tea shops too ! Sounds good to me !