Experience Derbyshire's long-distance River Derwent route, tracing its natural beauty and heritage from Shardlow to Heatherdene. Discover Chatsworth, Derwent Valley Mills, and historic towns en route.
A long hike that rewards you with stunning views from the majestic Derwent Edge, which lies above the Upper Derwent Valley in the Peak District National Park.
A challenging hike with breathtaking views and unusual rock formations along the way. If you are looking for a sense of awe and solitude, this walk is the one for you.
A refreshing hike that takes in stunning views of Derbyshire, across and beneath four of its famous edges. There are excellent opportunities to spot wildlife such as Highland Cattle, Wild Deer and Curlews.
A relatively short but rewarding walk that delivers impressive rocky terrain and stunning 360 views of the Peak District.
Deep in serious hiker territory, Grinsbrook, Kinder Scout and Jacobs Ladder are musts for anyone who wants to experience the rugged, wilder side of the Peak District.
This epic hike rewards you with a taste of everything we love about the Peak District - rugged edges, inspiring views, ancient woodlands, the sights and sounds of river wildlife and cosy village cafes.
A short but challenging hike with a strenuous climb which rewards you with awesome views over the Vale of Edale, one of the most beautiful parts of the Peak District.
A great circular hike up one of the Peak Districts' most renowned, distinct landmarks, the mother of all hills; Mam Tor. The route includes a visit to the tranquil village of Castleton and the scaling of the mighty Great Ridge.
One for peak-baggers, this exhilarating hike takes you across three of the Peak District's most famous edges. There are spectacular views over the hills and valleys, as well as a good chance to spot wild deer and cattle on the rugged moorland. Also look out for the enigmatic and curious White Edge Lodge, which stands alone on the moorland