Walks in the Peak District

Discover spectacular views on gentle strolls alongside tumbling streams around the Longshaw Estate or more challenging walks in the Dark Peak.

Frosty view across to Kinder Scout, High Peak,  Derbyshire
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Kinder Scout mass trespass walk 

Follow the footsteps of the trespassers over Kinder Scout from 1932 on this circular route from Hayfield to Kinder and back.

Man and woman resting by path in peak district
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Mam Tor circular walk 

From the top of Mam Tor you'll be able to see across the Edale Valley and the over to the Derwent Moors.

Burbage Brook on the Longshaw Estate in the Peak District, Derbyshire
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Longshaw Estate Burbage Brook walk 

Hidden history and wildlife are waiting to be discovered on this gentle walk alongside a tumbling stream. The walk is marked with pink arrows that start just outside the main Longshaw tea-room - which is currently closed for refurbishment. Our alternative takeaway offer, Croft Cabin, can be found in our main Woodcroft car park.

Two red deer with the moors in the background
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Red deer and edges walk 

The Eastern Edges on Big Moor are the southern part of the Peak District National Park’s iconic dark peak landscape, special for the diverse range of wildlife.