However, you have to work for your lunch as the route is a good 6. There is a family room and food is regularly available every day of the week. This is a wonderful short walk of about 4 miles amongst some of the best scenery that The White Peak has to offer. The walk continues round to the left, however, we often like to take a detour down the old quarry to play amongst all the boulders. Many find it to be quite freeing and relaxing. It is full of interest and provides excellent food at reasonable cost.
A good place to start is the green in the centre of the pretty village of Monyash. No ordinary painted board for the Stags! It is one of our most popular guided Nature Walks. The majority of the Trail is suitable for those with disabilities although you may come across some steep inclines which require careful route planning to avoid. Starting and finishing at Buxton County park, you will be taken through Stanley Moor with some fantastic views over axe edge. Walk along Stanage Edge before descending into Bamford and having a pint at The Anglers Rest, the first community owned pub in Derbyshire. Sunsets can be particularly good up here.
Seating is available outside overlooking the canal. Routes can be downloaded from: 4. The route can be downloaded from: 3. Wherever you walk in the Derbyshire countryside or the Peak District National Park you can always be guaranteed to get the time and space to take a deep breath of fresh air and feel closer to nature. Sandwiched between Manchester and Sheffield in the north of England, the Peaks is a place that I have been visiting regularly since I was a little girl.
Take care along the track leading to the quarry as heavy lorries are known to pass through during the week. Here, the long ridge from Win Hill joins the eastern edges of Kinder Scout, but despite the lesser height you still get some great views. When the boys came along it was fine doing these walks with them in the back carrier, but since the age of two we have wanted to encourage them to do a walk all on their own. Post-walk, stop in the pub for a bite to eat. This is an excellent short walk for when you fancy something easy or only have a few hours to walk. The sport of Bear Baiting at one time took place in the hollow above the pub.
At Hancock Wood, start the climb towards Lost Lad Cairn and at the top follow Derwent Edge south-east until you reach the steep descent back to the inn. How many days will it take to walk? Nearing the bottom of the valley, swing left diagonally down the hillside to Fairbrook, which this time needs to be crossed using boulders as stepping stones. Open for food seven days a week. This walk contains some beautiful rolling hills for your dogs to run along, as well as breathtaking rivers that are ideal for a summertime swim. Enjoy the views over to Bakewell as you loop back round to the beginning. The Peak District has walking for everyone, ranging from strolls along gentle limestone dales with their crystal clear rivers to airy walks along the unique gritstone 'edges' with their wonderful views.
The was the last special feature published. Both for inclusion on the main links page and the new Discover Derby sub-section. All the walks start and finish at a top local pub. The walk started from Wardlow Mires, where our favourite pub, the Three Stags is. The Peacock Inn is the ideal place to rest after this treck and offers a great range of refreshments. It spans 17 miles of accessible ground, taking you along the former railway lines which have been converted since their disuse many years ago. The pub offers food, drink and an overnight stay and more information Cave Dale, Mam Tor and Great Ridge A beautiful sunrise in Edale Image: Getty This is one of the most popular walks in the county.
The only obligatory item on the menu is the yomp there and back to the trig point at High Neb - keeping well clear of the cliff edge as you go. Food is available lunch time and evening. Edale is one of the remotest villages in the Peak District, but offers a good range of accommodation, with several campsites, a youth hostel and an inn. . Situated in the centre of the village. Suggestions for refreshment stops, with a pub and tea shop profiled with every walk. As an avid walker myself, I have put together this little guide showing you the best 11 places to walk in the Peak District.
The region was once a shallow sea and the limestone plateau of the White Peak centre and south of the park , the gritstone ridges and moorland of the Dark Peak north , the sublime Derwent Valley east , and the moors and grasslands of the southwest, can all be traced back to this common geological ancestor. Last re-print September 2012 2nd Edition. There is a good choice of food available seven days a week. This is a great place to walk your dog, as they can explore the forested area and take in new smells and sounds. The criss-crossing parallel footpaths up and back to Stanage Edge are pretty much interchangeable. This walk, with breathtaking views of The Goyt and surrounding hillsides, covers an area much changed over the last 150 years. A beautiful area filled with some of the most scenic and picturesque walks in the country.
All featured pubs have been selected based on the quality of their food and service. Take the route back through the delightful and lesser known Hall Dale. Explore the strenuous terrain over nine miles of moorland paths and fields. This circular walk in the Peak District is incredibly popular and walked by many. We decided, as it was a short day for us due to other commitments, to go close to home — Buxton, to be precise.