Buxton is a charming and historic town surrounded by beautiful countryside with plenty to offer visitors, from its stunning architecture and thermal springs to outdoor activities and cultural events. For more walks around Buxton download this handy guide - Buxton Walks to/from the railway station
Discover the beauty of Corbar Woods. If you do this walk in April or May, you will be greeted by an abundance of bluebells.
turn onto Lascelles Road. Take the sign posted path immediately after house number 5. Proceed along the path until you reach Marlborough Road
At the end of the path turn right onto Marlborough Road. Continue to the end of Marlborough Road and turn right onto Corbar Road. Cross Marlborough Road and take the first turning on the left signposted Corbar Wood private lane. Continue past house number 37 and the entrance to the wood is on the right.
Proceed along the path up a steep incline. Follow the path around to the left where it levels out. Continue to follow the path to the right up a steep incline. Continue up the path keeping the fairy door and table on the left. Continue up the steep incline of steps. At the top go through the gate in the wall and proceed towards Corbar Cross.
Alternatively, if you want to avoid the steep climb continue along the path keeping the fairy door and table on the right. Continue along the path round to the right climbing steadily. As the path evens out look for a gate in the wall and proceed towards Corbar Cross. Follow the path around to the right and then to the left to reach the cross.
Continue along the path until you come to a fork and take the path to the left keeping the houses on the right and retrace the route back to the entrance of the wood.
Turn left along Corbar Road and continue until you reach Lightwood Road. Turn right onto Lightwood Road and immediately before the railway bridge take the signed footpath to the right. Continue along the path behind the houses and next to the railway line. At the end of the path turn left and left again to the entrance of the railway station
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