The starkness of winter opens up views that are otherwise hidden through the rest of the year.
Mansion estate parklands, gardens and wide open countryside await you and your walking boots. Take time to reflect on how these places have changed over the years.
Explore old views and landscapes that are uncovered as the parkland lies bare and take in original views on the Reflections trail.
You can’t beat getting outdoors and going for a bracing walk at this time of year. Take a few moments to reflect as you admire the views from the top of Long Mynd.
The winter light reveals the stark beauty of Clumber’s landscape. Pick up the new My Favourite Walks leaflet and enjoy the walks the staff and volunteers have been exploring for years.
The huge winter trees of Ilam Park cast shadows across the parkland in the low winter sunlight, creating beautiful scenes for inspirational photo walks.
Discover the Long Walk and take a route which generations have walked since the 18th century when Kedleston Park was formed.
Reflect through the ages on the top of Kinver Edge. Find remnants of occupation from the scars in the landscape that mark out the Bronxe Age roundhouses to the enormous ramparts of the Iron Age Hill Fort.
Take a different view of the Castle as we celebrate 100 years since it was restored from ruin and opened to the public. Stroll around the meadow, reflecting on the ancient landscape encompassing Lord Cromwell’s castle, church and estate.