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 waymarked walk with arrows from just outside the Longshaw Lodge.

Family walking through woodland at Longshaw

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

Plan your walk before you leave home, so that your visit is one that is enjoyable and kind to the landscape at the same time.

Frosty woods with rushing river

Longshaw Estate winter walk

Plan your walk before you leave home, so that your visit is one that is enjoyable and kind to the landscape at the same time.

Fly agaric fungus (Amanita muscaria) toadstool

Mud and mushrooms at Longshaw

This trail takes you through the Longshaw Estate where you can find fantastic fungi in the grassland and woodland habitats.

Two red deer with the moors in the background

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. Plan your walk before you leave home, so that your visit is one that is enjoyable and kind to the landscape at the same time.

A peaceful pause for this Pied Flycatcher

Views and woodlands walk

Plan your walk before you leave home, so that your visit is one that is enjoyable and kind to the landscape at the same time.

two girls sitting on rock in stream

Longshaw Estate Burbage Brook walk

Plan your walk before you leave home, so that your visit is one that is enjoyable and kind to the landscape at the same time.