Near Wilderness Rocks, above the Dovestones Reservoir, Greenfield, Chew valley. SE032016
Dovestones car park (P&D about £2 - july 2012): SE013034 Layby (free): SE017045
 Public Transport
Greenfield Train station. 2k on the road to the Car park
 Route Description
150m of pleasant waterfall scrambing (for connisseurs of these things) technically a moderate rock climb, but the difficulties are strictly optional.
In winter it rarely holds good ice. In condition it is a barrel of laughs.
(~400m): Follow the main path past the yacht club. If the weather is good, follow the riverbed on the right side of the stream. If unpleasant, or approaching in winter walk up the metalled road until beneath the gully, then descend and cross the river.
Starts in a broad bay with a steep wall on the left looking in. Follow the stream.
Descend steep slopes to the left (looking out) or more pleasantly, continue along the edge of the moor towards Chew reservoir and monster down the good track to the ice-cream van.
Can take a LOT of drainage if it's raining hard, and collects snow and has been the site of avalanches in the winter.
1:25000 OS Dark Peak OL1
1:40000 Peak District BMC/Harvey