through a stone stile onto open pasture.
Follow this footpath across pasture to a wooden footbridge over the Dove. Cross the Dove and follow the path to a road beneath Parkhouse Hill. Parkhouse Hill was classed as Open Access land on 19 September 2004.
Cross the road and contour to the right around Parkhouse Hill slowly gaining height, turn left up the ridge and onto the summit. Follow the ridge and descend over or around the pinnacles to Dowel
Dale. The descent here can be quite slippery and is not without a certain amount of exposure. There are a number of easier routes off the hill to the NW, but if you're not comfortable with this route
return the way you came.
At the foot of Parkhouse Hill turn right then immediately left over a stile and ascend Chrome Hill.
Follow the ridge down from the summit and follow the way marked path to Tor Rock. The path then joins a gravel track above Stoop Farm. Turn right here and right again down a lane into Dowel Dale.
After 3/4 of a mile take the way marked path on the left that takes you over fields to a lane below Harley Grange, turn right along the lane and into Earl Sterndale. Where the road forks keep to the
right past the Dew Pond to the base of Aldery Cliff. Here turn left onto a path the rises slowly around High Wheeldon, at the meeting of paths turn right and ascend to the summit trig point.
From the summit head south to the boundary fence follow this down the hill and around to the right eventually reaching the stile below Aldery Cliff.
Turn left along the road and then right down a walled track, where the track bears right go over a stile and descend to Beggar's Bridge and cross the River Dove.
Follow the well walked path to a barn at the foot of a concreted track. Turn left here up the hill back to Longnor.