Peak District Walks

May 3, 2019
Eyam museum

Eyam and Abney Walk

Eyam and Abney walk is a walk for the more advanced walkers around the historic Eyam village. The walk itself will take you through rough terrain […]
May 2, 2019
Chatsworth Estate

Top 10 walking routes in the Peak District

Here is our guide to 10 of the best Peak District walks. Easy: Curbar Edge to Froggatt Edge Walk – A nice gentle walk through Curbar […]
May 1, 2019
curbar edge walk

Curbar Edge to Froggatt Edge Walk

A nice gentle walk from just before Curbar Edge all the way to Froggatt Edge. The walk starts from an easy to miss opening on the […]
May 1, 2019
Kinder Scout

Kinder Scout walk

Kinder Scout walk is a circular walk through rocky Grindsbrook Clough from Edale village to Kinder Scout. For those that don’t know, Kinder Scout is a […]
April 28, 2019
two dales walk peak district

Two Dales Walk

The Two Dales walk takes walkers around both Monsal and Miller’s Dale.  The walk may be strenuous for some people, and around 4 hours should be […]
April 28, 2019
robin hood stride peak district

Stroll around Robin Hoods Stride

This walk begins at Elton were a limited amount of car parking is available.  Around 2.5 hours should be allowed for the walk, with care taken […]
April 28, 2019
rowtor rock walk

The Rowtor Rock Walk

Walkers should allow around 4 hours for the Rowtor Ramble (featured in our top 10 Peak District walks) which will take them over a series of […]
April 28, 2019
chatsworth house walk

Exploring the Chatsworth Estate – Walk

This walk will take you through the grounds of one of the Peak District’s most famous landmarks, Chatsworth House.  Walkers should allow around 4 hours to […]
April 28, 2019
Cuber Edge Walk Peak District

Curbar Edge Walk

The Curbar Edge walk is of average difficulty, as it passes over rough and steep ground at times.  The total distance of the walk is just […]
April 28, 2019
luds church ramble peak district

Lud’s Church Ramble

The Lud’s church Peak District walk is of average difficulty and takes around 3 hours to complete.  The walk covers a range of different ground, from […]
April 27, 2019
Peak District Walking Kit

Day Walk Kit List

It is essential that walker’s are adequately prepared when walking in the Peak District, in regards to bringing the correct clothing and equipment for a day […]
April 27, 2019
The Dovedale Ramble

The Dovedale Ramble

The Dovedale Ramble begins at the Dovedale car park, which is just North of Ashbourne.  The walk is suitable for intermediate walkers as it contains a […]
April 27, 2019
thors cave peak district

Exploring Thors Cave

This walk takes hikers to one of the Peak District’s most Iconic landmarks, Thor’s Cave.  Walkers should allow around 3 hours to complete the hike, which […]
April 27, 2019
Ranger Walks Paths Peak District

Ranger Walks Paths

One of the most important aspects of a rangers work is the maintenance of the 3510 rights of way within the Peak District.  Rangers patrol public […]
April 27, 2019
Ranger Service - Peak District

Ranger Service

The Peak district is the oldest national park in the UK, and is also the oldest park to have had a warden service which has evolved […]
April 27, 2019
Ranger walks peak district

Ranger walks, Ranger services and Ranger led walks.

One of the best ways to see the Peak District is through organised walks.  These walks are led by park rangers who have significant experience hiking […]

The Peak District’s location in the center of the UK, as well as its outstanding natural scenery, has made it one of the UK’s most popular places for walking.  The Peak District is used by a wide range of different types of walkers from families looking for relaxing strolls in the countryside, to students and young people taking part in Duke of Edinburgh expeditions.

Those new to both Hiking and Navigation should attend a ranger led walk in the Peak District.  These provide a safe environment for visitors to enjoy and learn about the park.  More information regarding Ranger led walks and activities can also be found below.  The more experienced however may just wish to explore by themselves.  Those looking for inspiration and guidance can view a number of walking routes below, that explore some of the Peak District’s most beautiful and interesting areas.