Curbar Edge

Walk 5: The Three Edges

7 Miles | Moderate | 3 hours

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

Stanage Edge

Walk 4: Striding Stanage Edge

7 Miles | Moderate | 4 hours

The beautiful cafe-laden village, woods, open rolling hills and a big old edge - what’s not to love? One of our favourite places, the stunning Stanage Edge, must be experienced at least once. A classic circular ramble with enough variety and serenity to soothe the soul. Look out for Robin Hoods cave on route

Chatsworth House

Walk 3: Chatsworth Moors and Stately Doors

6.5 Miles | Moderate | 3 hours

A walk that showcases the best of the beautiful, famous Chatsworth Estate and the surrounding area. You will hike through enchanting woods, open rugged moors, and through impressive stately grounds. Stop for a wander around the Chatsworth House courtyards, where you can also grab a cup of tea or lunch.

Dove Dale

Walk 2: Dales and Trails, Dovedale

9 Miles | Moderate | 4 hours

Soak up the beauty and tranquillity of the River Dove with this healing hike that treats you to three gorgeous dales, two lovely villages as well as possibly the best river route we know. Bring your binos and look out for Kingfishers and resident Peregrine Falcons.

Mill Stone Edge

Walk 1: Gorgeous Padley Gorge

8 Miles | Moderate | 4 hours

A truly stunning hike that showcases the magical, ancient woodland of Padley Gorge as well as a stroll alongside the River Derwent, a climb up Millstone Edge, and exploration of the beautiful Longshaw Estate. 

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