Walking at Longshaw

Walking at Longshaw can be a stroll to the pond, an easy-to-follow waymarked walk or striking out further afield. Follow one of our downloadable walks, (below) or a walk waymarked with arrows from just outside the cafe. "I volunteer to lead guided walks which helps people enjoy the beautiful Peak District as I do. My favourite views are from Wooden Pole looking towards Mam Tor." - Loraine H, volunteer Walks Leader If you'd like to be shown around and meet like-minded walkers, why not join one of our free guided walks, setting off from the tea-room every Wednesday and Sunday at 11am. (About 2 1/2 hours.)

Child with tree-stump Boggart house

Family walks at Longshaw

Whether you're looking for a short wander or a big adventure, Longshaw's a great place to come for a family walk.

In a beautiful maze of trees down at Padley Gorge

Woodland Explorer Walk

Enjoy a varied walk through sculpted gritstone outcrops, medieval fields and ancient oak woodland.

A family playing their part to help nature, by keeping their four-legged companion on a lead

Protect the invisible: Take the lead

Exploring Longshaw and the Eastern Moors with your four-legged friend is a great way to enjoy the beautiful landscape, and we welcome dogs on leads.