United Kingdom Gardom's Edge

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James Grant

About this spot
Gardom’s Edge is one of the more diminutive gritstone edges and sits nestled below Birchen Edge like a younger sibling. The edge overlooks a thick area of woodland trees, down to Baslow and Sheffield Road.

At the top of the edge is a small woodland of silver birch trees nestled amongst heather as well as multiple small rock formations and cliff edges. It’s
definitely a quiet spot, hidden and tucked away. The chances of bumping into someone are small.

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