After a coffee break we then made the descent down from the ridge and into Lyme Park. The route takes you through woodlands and parkland until eventually you reach the Hall in the centre of the park. From here we set course for the East Gate which takes you up the hill past the Cage and the Deer Sacntuary and onto the appropriately named Mudlane which returned us back onto the pathway to Disley. The walk took us around 4 hours complete but it was a warm sunny day and the excellent scenery and wildlife to see on the route made it all the more enjoyable.
An enjoyable lunch in the White Horse followed the end of the walk.
White Horse Disley
|White Horse Disley|
|On the road to the Bowstones|
|Reservoir on edge of Lyme Park|
|The Peak District from Bowstones Ridge|
|'TheAngel' of Lyme Park|
|Woodland in Lyme Park|
|Driveway to the Hall|
|On the road past the Cage|
|Red Deer in the sanctuary at Lyme Park|