Winter walks in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire

Take a bracing winter walk at one of our places this month. Explore parkland, woodland, or the wild Peak District, and take in some breathtaking scenery. We recommend wrapping up warm and wearing sturdy boots or wellies. Afterwards, you can treat yourself to a hot drink and bite to eat at one of our restaurants or tea-rooms. There's a walk here for you - whether you are looking for adventure, or a gentle stroll with family.

View of Hope Valley

Stunning winter walks in the Peak District at Longshaw 

Breath in the fresh air of the Peak District with one of our Longshaw walks. Wrap up warm and follow the course of Burbage Brook through the ancient Padley Wood. Or explore Longshaw's woodland, including sculpted gritstone outcrops, medieval fields and ancient oaks. Take in the dark beauty of the Peak District National Park's ironic landscape with a wander around the Eastern Edges of Big Moor, where we support a diverse range of wildlife.

View towards Hardwick Hall from Miller's pond

Discover Hardwick park 

Enjoy a walk around Hardwick's beautiful parkland this time of year, with bare branches on the trees, the views across Derbyshire are picture perfect.

Lime Tree Avenue in winter

Clumber Park in Winter 

Winter may be upon us, but Clumber Park provides the perfect backdrop for walking, cycling and a whole range of other activities at this time of year.

walker watching sunset on Mam Tor

Step out into the Dark Peak

Winter is a great time of year to get out on the hills. Here's some useful walking advice if you're thinking of exploring the Dark Peak.