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Discover the beauty of Lathkill Dale, a remarkable limestone valley featuring a river and waterfall, all rich with mining history. Our guide is here to tell you everything you need to know before visiting this famous white peak spot. We’ll answer the questions you’re likely to have, making sure you’re all set. Just tie up …

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Nestled on three sides by the gentle hills of the White Peak District National Park and boasting a park-filled town centre, Buxton is a haven for enthusiastic hikers and families who love the outdoors. Whether you’re looking for a leisurely walk suitable for a pram or an adventurous trek into the hills, this guide highlights …

Read More about Buxton Walks: 6 Best Routes from the Town & Nearby

The Monsal Trail is perfect for walkers, cyclists, horse riders, and wheelchair users who can enjoy a peaceful journey through the beautiful limestone dales of the Peak District National Park.  Spanning approximately 8.5 miles, the trail connects Blackwell Mill (Just outside of Buxton) in Chee Dale to Coombs Road in Bakewell.  It’s easily accessible from …

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Looking to hop, skip, or jump across the famous Peak District stepping stones? You’re in the right place! This article will guide you through the renowned stepping stones of the area, along with everything you need to know for your next visit. If you’re short on time, here are the top spots: Below, you’ll find …

Read More about 4 Best Peak District Stepping Stone Walks you should visit!

Dovedale, along with its famous stepping stones, has been a favourite spot for visitors in the Peak District for hundreds of years – and it’s not hard to understand why. This beautiful area boasts a magical valley filled with ancient caves, high hills, and a meandering river that invites exploration, making it an enticing destination. …

Read More about Dovedale Stepping Stones Walk: Visiting Guide (2024)

Thrope Cloud, nestled in the tranquil Derbyshire Dovedale valley, stands as a striking and prominent hill, attracting numerous visitors to the Peak District National Park. In this guide, you’ll find essential information to enhance your visit, ensuring a memorable experience. Let’s explore the allure of Thorpe Cloud together, where a journey along its path rewards …

Read More about Thorpe Cloud Walk, Dovedale (Circular): Visiting Guide

Reynard’s Cave, also known as Reynard’s Kitchen, is a small cave with a stunning portal entrance situated deep in the Dovedale Gorge of Derbyshire’s Peak District National Park. The cave offers a great adventure, making it understandable that it’s a popular point of interest in the area. Join me as we uncover what you need …

Read More about Reynard’s Cave (Kitchen), Dovedale: Walk & Visiting Guide

Nestled in the upper Derwent Valley lies Ladybower Reservoir, the largest reservoir in the Peak District National Park. This body of water boasts a historic past and offers a breathtaking spot for your next stroll. So, lace up your boots as we explain what you need to know before visiting Ladybower Reservoir. Getting to Ladybower …

Read More about Ladybower Reservoir Walk (Circular): Route & Guide

Nestled in Derbyshire’s Upper Derwent Valley, Derwent Dam offers a rich blend of history and scenic beauty.  Built during the early 1900s, it still stands as a testament to engineering prowess, drawing visitors for both its historical significance and breathtaking landscapes. Join me as we explore, the area and find out what you need to …

Read More about Derwent Dam & Reservoir Walk (Circular – With a Killer View)

The idea of a multiday walking holiday might put the fear of God into you, but it shouldn’t. Not if you go about it the right way.  Aim to walk a manageable 10-12 miles a day and make sure your route is mainly offroad and involves ambling through as many quaint Peak District towns and …

Read More about Walking the Limestone Way (Peak District): A Complete Guide