With its wide variety of landscapes, the Peak District is one of the finest areas in the country for walking. You can choose between the high moorland plateaus in the North and the steep-sided dales and green hill in the South of the district.

Monsal Trail

You can walk for miles on the old railway line which is great for children, strollers and ideal for the recreational walkers.

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Lathkill Dale

A strenuous 12-mile walk starting from Youlgrave.

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Ashford in Water and Monsal Dale

On this walk from Monsal Head visit Headstone Viaduct and the weir in Monsal Dale featured in an episode of the cult BBC series Survivors. The series filmed in the 1970’s used locations in Monsal Dale and Upperdale for the episode Mad Dog.

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Mam Tor

The stone surfaced footpath from the car park to the top of Mam Tor will reward you with one of the most dramatic viewpoints in the Peak District.

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This is a linear there and back walk from Dovedale car park to Milldale. Probably the most popular walk in the Derbyshire Dales. Along the walk you will see Lovers Leap, Reynards Arch, Dove Holes and Lion’s Head Rock.

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Curbar Edge and Froggat Edge

View the ‘Profit of Doom Buttress’ on this exciting walk along Curbar and Froggatt Edge. Returning along the beautiful Derwent valley.

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Milldale to Hartington

A linear, one-way walk from Milldale via Narrowdale to Hartington. Visit the Old Cheese Shop at Hartington home to some of the finest of English cheeses.

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Tissington Trail

A longer but relatively easy walk along the old track bed of the Buxton to Ashbourne railway, followed by a gentle stroll over fields taking in the villages of Alsop en le Dale and Parwich.

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Chatsworth Circular

A walk around the Chatsworth estate through Stand Wood taking in the two lakes that feed the Cascade and Emperior fountain. Visiting the Hunting Tower overlooking the park and the estate villages of Beeley and Edensor.

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