Peak District Hiking Routes

Hiking routes from Walk In Derbyshire.

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River Lathkill

Walk 17: Lovely Lathkill Dale

6.8 Miles | Moderate | 3 hours

A beautiful walk that takes in the tranquil valley of Lathkill Dale - a Peak District must see....

Kinder Scout

Walk 16: Kinder Downfall Yomp

11 Miles | Hard | 5 hours

A strenuous circular hike along the edge of Edale Moor, across the expansive Kinder Scout and all the way to Kinder Downfall. There are breathtaking views and unusual rock formations along the way....

Eyam Moore

Walk 15: Eyam Moore and More

9 Miles | Moderate | 4 hours

A long but relatively easy walk in the heart of the Peak District that offers 360 degree views of the surrounding beauty. On a good day it’s possible to see many defining landmarks of the national park including Stanage Edge, Froggatt Edge, Millstone Edge, Mam Tor and many more....

Curbar Edge

Walk 14: The Four Edges

10 Miles | Moderate | 5 hours

A decent hike that takes in stunning views of Derbyshire, across and beneath four of its famous edges; Curbar Edge, Froggatt Edge, White Edge and Birchen Edge....

Dove Dale

Walk 13: Wolfscote Dale Wonder

10 Miles | Moderate | 4 hours

A rewarding hike that takes you to two of the Peak Districts finest villages; Alstonefield and Hartington - not forgetting the tranquil stroll through the stunning Wolfcote Dale....

Burbage Edge

Walk 12: Rock Burbage Rocks

5 Miles | Moderate | 3 hours

A relatively short but rewarding walk that delivers some of the most stunning views of the Peak District. You climb the prominent Higger Tor from Longshaw and skirt back along the impressive Burbage Edge....

Walk 9: Tour Beeston Tor

6.2 Miles | Moderate | 4 hours

Beeston Tor is a limestone cliff in Staffordshire. It overlooks the confluence of the River Hamps with the River Manifold, and is popular with climbers....

Grindsbrook

Walk 8: Grindsbrook Scramble

4 Miles | Hard | 3 hours

A short but challenging hike in one of the most beautiful parts of the Peak District; the Vale of Edale. Starting with a relatively strenuous climb, you touch the edge of Edale Moor and skirt along the narrow path overlooking the awesome valley, before eventually heading back down into Edale. There is the conveniently...

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