Magpie Mine Walk (+ Monsal Dale) From Ashford-in-the-Water | 8-Mile Route

Magpie Mine lead mine Peak District

Magpie Mine walk from Ashford-in-the-Water is a lovely 8-mile route up to explore the old lead mine, followed by a beautiful circular route walking along the Derbyshire Dales, Deep Dale and Monsal Dale. Magpie Mine was used to mine lead for over 250 years and now you can explore the site on your walk, a […]

Monsal Head Short Walk | 2-Mile Route

Monsal Head walk - Monsal Viaduct

Here’s a lovely short walk from Monsal Head with stunning views down to the valley of Monsal Dale and Monsal Trail over the viaduct.  This walk begins from Monsal Head where you can enjoy the views down to the valley including the impressive viaduct. You then descend through the trees down to the River Wye […]

Lathkill Dale Walk (+ Waterfall) From Monyash | 4-Mile Route

Lathkill Dale walk limestone cliffs

Lathkill Dale walk is one of the most beautiful Derbyshire Dales in the Peak District. If you love walking through the dales this is an idyllic walk, with plenty of wildlife, dramatic limestone cliffs and a winding river through the dale. The dale is a National Nature Reserve, home to many species, including Dippers and […]

Birchen Edge Trig Walk Near Baslow | 2-Mile Route

Birchen Edge trig point

Birchen Edge walk is the shortest of all our trig walks, it’s a perfect one to begin your trig bagging challenge. This lovely 2-mile route takes you on a short circular loop from Robin Hood pub near Baslow. After leaving the car park, it’s not long before you’re walking along the edge and enjoying stunning […]

Langsett Reservoir, Margery Hill + Outer Edge Trig From Langsett Barn | 13-Mile Route

Cairn near Margery Hill_Lansett walk

This two trig walk takes in some of the best that the South Yorkshire corner of the Peak District has to offer. Starting from the popular Langsett Reservoir, the route takes in the famous Cut Gate Path up to the two trig pillars of Margery Hill and Outer Edge, along with an optional detour to […]

7 Ways to Celebrate The Peak District 70th Anniversary

Trees, river and footpath - River Dove

On the 17th April 1951, the Peak District National Park was officially founded as the first national park in the UK. To help you celebrate this wonderful national park here are 7 fantastic ways you can celebrate the Peak District’s 70th Anniversary. And yes, I know I could have done 70 ideas, but I’m keeping […]

15 Beautiful Peak District Waterfalls (+ Walks to Visit Them)

Middle Black Clough waterfall

How many beautiful Peak District waterfalls have you visited on your walks? The Peak District National Park has waterfalls hidden all over it, from very obscure places to popular well-known locations. Seeing the water cascading over rocks and hearing it crashing into pools below is somewhat hypnotic as the water keeps flowing and that’s what […]

Crowden Clough Scramble (Via Grindslow Knoll) From Barber Booth | 6-Mile Route

Crowden Clough scramble route

A lovely fun scramble route up Crowden Clough from Barber Booth, not far from the village of Edale in Derbyshire. The route to the Kinder Plateau via Crowden Clough can be done with or without the scramble option. Here I will share the details for this scramble route but if you don’t fancy it I […]