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.)
Whether you're looking for a short wander or a big adventure, Longshaw's a great place to come for a family walk.
Enjoy a varied walk through sculpted gritstone outcrops, medieval fields and ancient oak woodland.
Visiting Longshaw, Burbage and the Eastern Moors with your dog
Zoom into Longshaw
Mudlarks volunteer group meet every month at the Longshaw and Dark Peak areas and help us with our conservation work.
What’s happening in the world of wildlife at Longshaw?