Peak District walks is here to share fantastic walks for all levels of hiker.

We aim to provide as much information as you need to go off and safely enjoy your walk in this beautiful National Park.

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about Peak District walks website

Peak District Walks was set up in 2019, although the creator and author, Becky Angell, has been walking in the Peak District National Park for over 10 years.

Becky is a Trainee Mountain Leader and takes care to give all correct the information about the walks, including any challenges on the hikes. 

All the walks on the website have been walked by Becky, some numerous times, others only once or twice.

Becky goes hiking in the Peak District in all weathers, so you’ll be able to find walks to suit you and your ability. There will also be tips to look out for different plants and wildlife, according to the seasons.

On the Peak District Walks website, she shares routes that she has walked, as well as tips for map-reading, where to start your hike, which map you need, parking + public transport options, what facilities are on route. Plus a step by step route guide for each walk, along with an accompanying map from Ordnance Survey.

You can also find recommendations for hiking gear and clothes on the website. These are all items Becky has either used personally or been recommended by friends and family in the hiking community.

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Peak District walks on social channels

You can also follow Peak District Walks on our social media channels. We share links to the walks and photos so it’s a great place to find more inspiration for your next Peak District adventure!

Instagram @peakdistrictwalksuk

Twitter @peakdistrictwks

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meet the team for peak district walks

Becky - Peak District Walks

Meet Becky Angell

Becky has been walking in the Peak District National Park for over 10 years.

 

She has done many hikes across both the White Peak and Dark Peak Areas, however, her favourite places to walk is up on the remote plateau of Kinder Scout where she often goes hiking.

Becky’s first hike was up Mam Tor, one of the most popular and well-loved walks in the UK, according to Julia Bradbury’s best walks in the UK!

 

Over the years, Becky has now explored many new parts and re-visited old walks in the Peak District, always taking lots of photos of her walks. Even in bad weather!

 

You might have done one of Becky’s walks before as before ‘Peak District Walks’ was launched she shared her favourite walks on her personal website ‘Becky the Traveller‘.

 

You can follow more of Becky on her Instagram @beckythetraveller

Ben stood next to stream

Meet ben hales

Ben has also been exploring the Peak District for many years, first mountain biking but then he started hiking in 2016.

 

In the last few years, he has explored a huge area of the National Park with his epic hiking challenges, including hiking 66 miles from north to south as a long-distance trek. And in 2019, Ben set himself a challenge to hike to every single trig point in the Peak District – all 88 of them!

 

His favourite places to walk in the Peak District include Parkhouse and Chrome Hill, and Lud’s Church is a special place for Ben. But he says drop him anywhere in the Peak District and he’ll be happy.

 

Ben has joined the team to share his trig point collection (from his 2019 trig baggin challenge) – the first walk is coming soon.

 

You can follow more of Ben on his Instagram @benjhales