PEAK DISTRICT WALKS - family walks, challenge walks & more!

Peak District walks for all the family plus challenge walks for the keenest among you including the White Peak Challenge 25 mile marathon hike. We have walks around Chatsworth, Mam Tor, Kinder, Great Longstone, Bakewell and even guided walks with Cath Lee of Peak Walking. 

  • Castleton 5 mile walk

    Castleton Circuit – 5 miles of views! Try this circular walk of 5 miles which passes the devastation...
  • Chatsworth Triangle Walk

    Chatsworth Walks - 8 miles - includes this marvellous circular walk that offers great photo opportunities...
  • Great Longstone 8 mile walk

    Great Longstone to Monsal Dale, Ashford in the Water and back. An eight-mile circular walk that passes...
  • Stanton Moor 6.5 mile walk

    Stanton Moor has always been a place apart, a little island of Dark Peak gritstone moorland almost completely...
  • Monsal Dale 7 mile walk

    This easy circular stroll takes in some of the most beautiful sections through Monsal Dale, Miller’s...
  • Mam Tor 7 mile walk

    The Mam Tor-Lose Hill ridge is now generally known as “the Great Ridge,” and it is a classic, four-mile...
  • Langsett 5 mile walk

    This circular walk, taking in the ruined farmstead known as North America, is a popular excursion......
  • Monsal Trail railway tunnels now reopened

    Plans to reopen four old railway tunnels on the Monsal Trail became reality on May 25 2011, as the Government...
  • Castleton 4 mile walk

    Castleton's series of show caverns attract huge numbers of visitors each year, but even if it didn...
  • Monsal Dale walk of 10 miles

    START AT THE CRISPIN INN, GREAT LONGSTONE - CHECK WITH LANDLORD FOR PARKING - 01629 640 237 - allow 3...
  • Peakland Edges

    Escarpments in the Peak District are usually known as ‘edges’ – sheer walls of rock often with heather...
  • Ashford-in-the-Water 6 mile walk

    This is a classic White Peak walk, starting from the charming village of Ashford-in-the-Water and visiting...
  • Peak Walking Adventures

    Guided walking in the Peak District & Derbyshire Dales with Peak Walking Adventures......
  • Shutlingsloe 6 mile walk

    The 506m/1,660ft summit of Shutlingsloe has been dubbed “the Matterhorn of the Peak.” This shapely hill...
  • Goyt Valley 6 mile walk

    This walk takes in the best of this popular valley; fine heather moorlands, plantation woodlands, reservoirs...
  • Manifold Valley 6 mile walk

    This walk dips in and out of the peaceful Manifold Valley, which never attracts the crowds of neighbouring...
  • Youlgrave 3 mile walk

    Youlgrave sits on a shelf of land between the Rivers Bradford and Lathkill, and this walk links the two...
  • Hayfield 8 mile walk

    Kinder Downfall from Hayfield is one of the classic Dark Peak outings, and the early part of the walk...
  • Sheldon Road Walk

    A Country Lane delight - an antidote to really bad weather....
  • Baslow Edge 3 mile walk

    Baslow walks - a short stroll of just over 3 miles that should take less than 2 hours to complete. The...
  • Great Longstone annual charity walk day with the Crispin Inn

    7th annual walk. Organised by the Crispin Inn, Great Longstone - this annual walk day helps raise funds...
  • Upper Derwent Valley 10 mile walk

    This all-day moorland walk takes in most of the series of dramatic tors and cloughs which punctuate the...
  • The Roystone Grange Trail

    This is a journey back through time on a way-marked trail developed by the National Park Authority as...
  • Lathkill Dale and Youlgreave walk

    5 miles. Takes around 2.5 hours - great walk though!...
  • Hope to Win Hill 5 mile walk

    This pleasant half-day walk takes you to the 462m/1,518ft summit of Win Hill Pike, one of the finest...
  • Roaches End 7 mile walk

    The Roaches, Hen Cloud and Ramshaw Rocks dominate the western arm of the Dark Peak. Popular with climbers...
  • The Wilds of Bleaklow

    The route to Bleaklow’s wild and isolated summit from the old cotton town of Glossop is one of the best...
  • Dovedale 7 mile walk

    Dovedale, now a National Nature Reserve, is the most popular dale of them all, but it is wise to choose...
  • Stanage Edge 9 mile walk

    The four-mile long gritstone escarpment of Stanage Edge is the classic Peakland “edge” and has over 850...
  • Kinder South 5 mile walk

    This is a short exploration of the southern edges of Kinder Scout from the Vale of Edale......
  • Monyash to Lathkill Dale

    This easy half-day stroll from Monyash takes you into the heart of the Lathkill Dale and illustrates...
  • Peakland Hills

    Many people come to the Peak District looking for a sharply pointed hill, which is the dictionary definition...
  • Chelmorton 6 mile walk

    This route follows a concessionary path to the The Neolithic Chambered Cairn at Five Wells from the historic...
  • Longnor 6 mile walk

    This absorbing stroll around the hills of the Upper Dove Valley from Longnor reveals the finest of the...
  • Litton and Cressbrook Dale walk

    A 3-4 hour, 7 easy miles’ stroll through some lovely Dales with a traditional village, hikers’ cafes...
  • Trails for cycling and walking

    Derbyshire’s countryside and the ever-changing landscape of the Peak District offer a wide variety of...
  • Higger Tor 5 mile walk

    The twin tors of Higger and Carl Wark dominate the Upper Burbage Valley which rises above the National...
  • Longdendale 6 mile walk

    Although it is flooded by a string of five reservoirs, threaded by the busy A628 trunk road and defiled...
  • Peak Forest 4 mile walk

    This easy, 2 hour walk on the northern edge of the White Peak starts from the village of Peak Forest...
  • The Railway Trails and Arbor Low

    This easy walk samples both the High Peak and Tissington Trails, with a diversion to the most impressive...
  • Froggatt Edge 7 mile walk

    This easy seven mile walk along Froggatt and Curbar Edges is one of the most popular “edge” walks in...
  • Hartington to Pilsbury Castle

    This walk goes up the Upper Dove valley and has as its objective one of the most interesting medieval...
  • Bakewell to Chatsworth 8 mile walk

    This walk takes to the hills east of Bakewell to visit the Duke of Devonshire’s famous stately home of...
  • Tideswell 6 mile walk

    This walk explores the beautiful dales to the north of the River Wye from the “cathedral town” of Tideswell...
  • Hassop to Pilsley 7 mile walk

    Allow around 3.5 – 4.5 hours with a 15 minute stop. Start this walk in the village of Pilsley near Chatsworth...
 
 
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