In celebration of Ethel Haythornthwaite and 100 years of CPRE Peak District and South Yorkshire, we are leading guided walks up the many Ethels on land cared for by the National Trust.
The Ethels are 95 hills in the Peak District named in tribute to Ethel Haythornthwaite, who founded CPRE Peak District and South Yorkshire in 1924 (then called the Sheffield Association for the Protection of Rural Scenery.) Her activism saved Longshaw Estate from development and helped establish the Peak District as the UK’s first National Park in 1951.
Join us on a circular walk up the Crook Hill from the Fairholmes Visitor Centre. The walk begins with a steep ascent up Lockerbook Heights before following the ridge along Bridge-end Pasture ascending Crook Hill with incredible views of Ladybower Reservoir and beyond. We will then circle back around the far edge of the reservoir and back to the car park.
This moderately challenging walk is approximately 7 miles and includes a steep ascent and follows an uneven footpath. Due to the moderate difficulty only adult tickets are available. Dogs on leads are welcome but there may be some stiles. The walk is not suitable for pushchairs or prams.
Our walk leaders are incredibly knowledgeable, so please ask as many questions about the area as you like!
|10:00 - 14:30
- Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895 Ticket sales will end 24 hours before the event.
- Meeting point
Please meet at the Upper Derwent Visitor Centre at Fairholmes Car Park.
- What to bring and wear
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and sturdy footwear. Bring a packed lunch and plenty of water. Dogs on a short lead are welcome but, be aware, that there are stiles on this route.
This 7-mile walk is moderately challenging, includes a steep ascent, and follows an uneven footpath. Dogs on leads are welcome but there may be some stiles.
Please arrive by 09:50 to leave promptly at 10:00.
Explore 10km of guided trails in the heart of the Peak District. Led by our Leader in Running Fitness with extensive knowledge of the National Trust's conservation work and wider landscape.