Green Low Chambered Tomb
OS Grid Reference SK 2296 5804
From Bakewell take the A6 Matlock till the first major junction a little way past the signs for Haddon Hall, a right turn for Ashford / youlgreave the B5056.
You then need the first left over the bridge, again the B5056.
Stay on the B5056 passing by Winster then arriving at Grangemill, just after leaving the village, and still on the B5056, you'll need the right turn for Aldwark.
From Aldwark you need to proceed 800 metres North West along the lane where you'll find the footpath on your right by the side of Green Low farm.
Head up the path which will take you to the corner of the third field where another path leads off to your right, take this and the path will lead you up to Green Low.
Please note, the barrow is on private land and there's no formal public access.
Parking is limited and you may be better parking in the village and walking to the access point.
The entrance to the chamber, in a horned forecourt that utilises the natural outcrop, is aligned to the dolomitic limestone outcrop of Harborough Rocks (Arbour Lowe Rocks). This outcrop, once home to another Neolithic passage grave/chambered cairn, has a long history. Along with its cave that produced artefacts dating to all the stone ages the area immediately around the rocks gave up a 150 000 year old stone axe in the 1800's. The chambered entrance to Green Low acknowledges this place's historical importance centuries later in the Neolithic.