Snake Woodlands, Higher Shelf Stones Long Walk | 14-Mile Route

Trig point at Higher Shelf Stones

A lovely long walk in the Peak District, this route has a mix of everything from woodlands and streams to moorlands and hilltops, you won’t be disappointed with the variety on this route. There are a few challenging sections on the walk, mostly on the moorland parts near Higher Shelf Stones when in poor visibility […]

Higher Shelf Stones Short Walk (+ Bleaklow Plane Crash Site) | 4-Mile Route

Bleaklow Plane Crash Site

The Bleaklow plane crash site is located not far from the Higher Shelf Stones summit in the Dark Peaks area of the Peak District. This short walk combines summiting the third highest hill in the Peak District and visiting the crash site from Snake Pass. Although it’s a short walk, since it’s one of the […]

7 Cool Caves in the Peak District (You Can Visit For FREE)

Cave with scenic view

The Peak District is known for its amazing caves, in fact, there are numerous caves in the Peak District where you can go on tours and explore the below the ground.  But there are also some really cool caves you can explore on walks. They might not be as big or impressive as some of […]

Higher Shelf Stones Circular Walk (+ Plane Crash Site) | 6-Mile Walk

Heather in valley on Higher Shelf Stones walk

Higher Shelf Stones is the third highest point in the Peak District at 621 metres, but it’s the hill with the most-defined summit, unlike Kinder Scout and Bleaklow that are moorland plateaus. This circular walk starts from Snake Pass next to the Pennine Way path, which means much of the ascent is done, for the first […]

Tideswell, Miller’s + Cressbrook Dales Walk From Litton | 8-Mile Route

Views towards Peter's Stone

From the pretty village of Litton, this 8-mile circular walk takes you around four of the Derbyshire Dales, starting in Tideswell Dale, next alongside the River Wye is Miller’s Dale and Water-cum-Jolly Dale, then finally to Cressbrook Dale. It’s mostly a low-level walk, with good paths so it’s a great route and there’s plenty of […]

Tideswell Dale, Miller’s Dale + Monsal Trail Walk | 7-Mile Route

River Wye and blue skies - Tideswell Dale + Miller's Dale walk

Want to explore more of the Derbyshire Dales? This walk takes in some of the popular dales in the Wye Valley – Tideswell Dale and Miller’s Dale, as well as Water-cum-Jolly Dale and a small section of the Monsal Trail (mostly above it!) From Tideswell car park, you begin the walk as a low-level walk […]

Wolfscote Dale + Biggin Dale Walk From Hartington | 5-Mile Route

Wolfscote Dale walk in Peak District

The walk from Hartington through Wolfscote Dale is a beautiful route and perfect for a short walk in the Peak District. It’s a great route to do on a morning, afternoon or maybe an evening stroll (that’s when I did the walk). This is a classic low-level White Peaks walk, with green hills, streams and […]

Edale to Kinder Downfall Circular Walk (+ Kinder Reservoir) | 15-Mile Route

Fancy a longer walk from Edale, then this is the perfect route, ticking off Kinder Scout, Kinder Downfall, Kinder Reservoir and Jacob’s Ladder all on one walk! To begin the hike you take a lovely route up Grindsbrook Clough including a short scramble to the top. Once you reach Kinder plateau you navigate along the […]

Middle Black Clough Waterfall Walk + Map | 2-Mile Route

Middle Black Clough waterfall walk

Here’s a fantastic waterfall walk you can do in the Peak District. Middle Black Clough waterfall is a short but challenging walk but if you enjoy an adventure then this is the walk for you. The waterfall is located on a clough hidden away from the road, not too far from Crowden, on the way […]

8 Best Walks From Edale in the Peak District | (Plus Maps + GPX)

Edale Rocks on Pennine Way

Did you know that Edale is one of the most popular places to start a walk from in the UK? If you’re planning a trip to the Peak District it is certainly a great place to start your adventures from with some wonderful walks from Edale. Nestled in the Hope Valley, Edale has some great […]