Monsal Trail and Deep Dale, from Bakewell.
A mesmerising circular hike down into Lathkill Dale, with a visit to the atmospheric remains of Magpie Mine - a fine example of lead mine industrial heritage in Derbyshire.
A varied circular hike from the village of Calver to Eyam - famous for its self-imposed isolation after the bubonic plague was discovered in 1665.
A stunning circular hike from Rowsley to Chatsworth. The route heads through the village of Edensor and also frequents a visit to the Hunting Tower that is perched high on the hill overlooking the Derwent valley.
A beautiful circular walk from Carsington Water. Highlights include the High Peak Trail, Harboro Rocks, and the quaint villages of Brassington and Carsington.
A lesser known hike around southeast Derbyshire that rewards you with rolling hills, great scenic views, and an intimate stroll past the impressive Hopwell Hall.
A varied hike with woods, quarries, mines, with nods to the industrial past of Richard Arkwright's legacy.
A historic walk from the village of Winster that follows paths once trodden by miners who frequented the local underground.
An interesting journey which tells a story of dramatic caves - both man-made and natural, to the backdrop of the beautiful Manifold valley.
Littered with history and mythology, this hike's highlights include Bradford Dale, Robin Hood’s Stride, Cratcliffe Tor, and the Grey Ladies.