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How to get to the Peak?

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Hidden : 12/31/2013
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

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A place where tourists find that they can not just continue straight ahead. How to get to the Peak? Cache is a standard nano.

The escalators are the main transport for us living on Conduit road, and when passing by this spot, there are always confused tourists around who don't know how to continue to get to the Peak. So, let's sort out their options:

A. Turn right, and follow Conduit road until it ends. Turn slightly left up on Hatton road. After a while it transforms to the Morning trail, which you can follow all the way up to the Peak. A treat for body and soul!

B. Turn left and follow Conduit road until you reach a crossing just before the road goes steeply downhill. Cross the road, and follow Hornsey road left. Where it ends - take the stairs up on your right, and get on to Old Peak road which will take you all the way to the Peak. A classic!

C. Turn left on Conduit road, and when it ends, follow the signs down to the Peak tram station and get on the tram. A classic ride, but prepare to queue up.

D. Grab a taxi! Lazy option.

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