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Grindleford is a village and parish in the county of Derbyshire, in the East Midlands of England. It lies at an altitude of 150 metres in the valley of the River Derwent in the Peak District National Park. On the west side of the valley is the 429 metre high Sir William Hill, and to the south-east lies the gritstone escarpment of Froggatt Edge. Grindleford became a parish in 1987, merging the parishes of Eyam Woodlands, Stoke, Nether Padley and Upper Padley.

The nearest city to Grindleford is Sheffield, the centre of which is about seven miles away. For rail travellers, the Sheffield suburb of Totley is less than three miles away at the other end of the Totley Tunnel. This is the second-longest rail tunnel in the UK: first-time travellers from the Sheffield direction enter the tunnel in the suburbs and are surprised to find themselves in the middle of Peak District countryside when they emerge. Grindleford railway station (confusingly located in Upper Padley, half a mile away) is at the western portal of the rail tunnel - on the scenic Hope Valley Line between Sheffield and Manchester.

Grindleford is popular with walkers and climbers due to its proximity to a variety of landscapes, including open moorland, wooded river valleys (including Padley Gorge), several gritstone escarpments, and the broad Hope Valley. Visitors seeking refreshment are well catered for by a number of establishments, including the Sir William Hotel, the Maynard Hotel and Bar, the National Trust Longshaw...
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