Walk along Charlestown Road for about 130m, opposite Casa D’Italia is a footpath up some stone steps through the trees, turn left onto the country lane and follow this lane for 500m until you reach a sharp left turn with a footpath sign on the right pointing to Whitley Nab. Follow this path roughly north-west along the path heading to the two stiles and at the top the plantation of fir trees at the top of Whitley Nab. Follow the path around the fir tress keeping them on your right.
Casa D’Italia is an Italian restaurant, formerly The Whitley Nab and the Commercial opened in 1837. The house on the corner of Turnlee Road and Charlestown Road used to be the Drovers Arms dating back to 1824, a drover being a person who drives cattle or sheep.
Moorfield Lodge situated at the junction of Derbyshire Level & Kidd Road is the old gatehouse to the Moorfield House Estate. Moorfield House was constructed in 1861 by a local mill owner, Daniel Hill-Wood. The property was used as a military hospital during World War 1 and after that a Roman Catholic seminary.