The Peak District and High Peak is a stunning location to walk. It has everything, moors, hills, woods, charming villages and welcoming pubs. Country Images Magazine invites you to join us walking in the Peak District. We hope you enjoy the selection below and check back regularly for new walks.
Previous walks in The Peak District
6 miles (9.5km) of moderate field paths and open limestone pasture. Can be muddy around the exit from Bradford Dale and near the head of Long Dale.
7 miles (11.26 km). Rough moorland walking, followed by an easy lane and fieldpaths into Hathersage. One steep initial climb of 1037 feet (316 metres). Muddy sections, especially near Scraperlow and on top of Stanage Edge.
Read the Stanage Edge Walk
About 4½ miles (7.25km) of field and brook side walking with gentle climbs throughout. Muddy sections around Lindwaysprings Brook and fields on either side of Wheatcroft village.
Read the Wessington Walk
6½ miles (10.5km) of moderate walking mostly along well defined tracks and forest trails; one 580ft (177m) climb. Park in the roadside layby on the A57, Snake Road, near Ashopton Viaduct.
Read the Ladybower Walk
6 miles (9.5km) of moderate walking along riverbank and through meadowland and woods. This walk follows the Derwent downstream beneath the Chevin which is then climbed to its airy viewpoint.
Read the Belper Chevin Walk
Check back regularly for more walks in The Peak District and walks in Derbyshire as we are constantly adding new ones. We do hope you enjoy our walks.