Froggatt Edge, The Peak District National Park

Froggatt Edge located in the Peak District, Derbyshire, UK is arguably one of the less photographed of the main gritstone edges in the Peak District. This is probably because there is not an easily located large car park at the bottom as is the case with some of the edges, there is certainly a bit more walking involved but in my opinion it is definetley worth exploring. I have only actually photographed the edge twice myself, once in June 2010 and again in January this year. I find the best place to park is at Curbar Edge and the walk along Curbar before it eventually becomes Froggatt Edge, this route offers some fantastic scenery along the way. Head there early to capture the first light hitting the foreground rocks, mist is also extremely common in the below valley and can add some extra interest to the images. Below are a few of my favourites from my only two trips to date.


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