Three of the Best Walks in the Peak District

Three of the Best Walks in the Peak District

Whether you’re looking for a strenuous hike or an afternoon stroll, the Peak District's vast open moorlands, farming valleys and breathtaking ridges has something for everyone.

Kinder Scout from Edale

Kinder Scout from Edale Peak District Walk Route

Kinder Scout is the highest point in the Peak District but it’s the history of the moorland which makes this a ‘must do’ route. In 1932 a few hundred ramblers trespassed on Kinder Scout wanting landowners to give walkers the right to enjoy the British countryside. The march was the start of a movement which eventually led to the creation of the National Parks; most of the walks we enjoy today are thanks to this small group of ramblers. Full Route info, including GPX file…

Mam Tor via Winnats Pass

Mam Tor via Winnats Pass Peak District walking route

The route begins with a short climb around Winnats Pass, a dramatic limestone valley created by a collapsed cave system. After a steep descent, the path leads towards Mam Tor summit, with captivating views across Kinder Scout and the Eden Valley. Full Route info, including GPX file…

Stanage Edge

The Best walks in the Peak District

Stanage Edge stone cliff stretches almost four miles across the Peak District, with the northern tip marking the boarder between Derbyshire and South Yorkshire. One of the most popular routes to Stanage Edge starts in Hathersage village, where Charlotte Brontë got most of her inspiration to write Jane Eyre. The circular walk passes by pubs, churches and villages visited by Brontë and climbs across Stanage Edge, with stunning views across Hope Valley and Hallam Moors. Walk description from Peak…

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