Ambergate is situated where the River Amber joins the Derwent and gains its name from the former tollgate crossing of the Amber.
The village is a popular spot for a variety of walks including the Cromford Canal and the ancient woodlands of Shining Cliff Woods and Crich Chase.
Less than a 15 minute walk from the station are White Peak Distillery and Great British Car Journey, or take a more bracing uphill walk to Crich Tramway Village and Crich Stand.
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Did you know?
Located in Shining Cliff Wood is the Betty Kenny Tree, the remains of an ancient Yew Tree which is said to be the origin of the lullaby ‘Rock a Bye Baby’. The remains of the tree can still be seen today.