A Castleton Circular

I had no idea there was any snow in the Peaks today. It wasn't until we were approaching Hathersage and I saw hill after hill topped with the pure white stuff.
Excellent! I was even more excited now about revisiting a walk I had done a few years back. A truly classic Peak District walking route that everyone must do at some point.
The only problem with this route is starting it from Castleton. Castleton had several inviting pubs and I find walking past them quite difficult.
Just like last time, I incorporated Cave Dale into my route and followed the Limestone Way before cutting across to Mam Tor.
It makes for a very gradual incline with very little exertion. That has to be good sometimes.
Once Mam Tor was summited, I traversed the Great Ridge and descended Lose Hill back to Castleton for a cheeky pint in the Bulls Head Inn. Quick, Easy, Classic!