A long but relatively easy walk in the heart of the Peak District that offers 360-degree views of beautiful landmarks, including Stanage Edge, Froggatt Edge, Millstone Edge and Mam Tor.
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 picturesque hike that takes you through two of the Peak District’s finest villages and finishes with a tranquil stroll through the stunning Wolfcote Dale, alongside the River Dove.
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.
Walk on an elevated tour of the glorious views and landmarks of the Manifold Valley. Admire the 18th Century Casterne Hall (a filming location for Peaky Blinders), ponder the ruins of Throwly Old Hall, and soak in the sight of the dominating Beeston Tor.
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.
A nice long walk which takes you on a journey through old, quaint English villages and across ancient lands, including the site where Pilsbury Castle once stood.