Category Archives: Medium walks

Alstonefield Walk (Via Milldale + Dovedale) | 7-Mile Route

River Dove reaching Milldale village

A walk from Alstonefield, Staffordshire to the beautiful village of Milldale and along Dovedale in the Derbyshire Peak District, exploring two counties on one walk!  This stunning route winds alongside the River Dove through the cute village of Milldale and to the start of Dovedale, taking in some spectacular highlights along the way, from huge […]

Sir William Hill Trig Walk From Eyam (+ River Derwent) | 10-Mile Route

Eyam walk - Eyam Moor rocks along edge

A fabulous 10-mile route with a bit of everything history, trig points and river walks! From Eyam village in Derbyshire, known as the Plague Village, this 10-mile route begins. The village has plenty of history to immerse yourself in so you can either take your time at the start of the walk or spend some […]

The Roaches Walk + Hen Cloud From Upper Hulme | 7-Mile Route

The Roaches walk

The Roaches walk is one of those popular locations in the Staffordshire Peak District. You can see why from the moment you arrive, the iconic gritstone rocks jutting out from a distance look inviting to explore! This lovely 7-mile Roaches walk takes you on a circular walk, exploring three Peak District Ethels and a trig […]

Win Hill + Crook Hill Walk From Ladybower Reservoir | 9-Mile Route

Ladybower Reservoirs from Win Hill summit, rocky outcrop and green hills

A beautiful 9-mile route from Ladybower Reservoir, including two hills with some impressive views, Win Hill and Crook Hill. As well as, stunning scenery you also visit one trig point and two ‘Ethel‘ hills to tick off for our peak baggers! This Win Hill walk is a great loop from a popular spot in the […]

Baslow Edge via White Edge, Froggatt Edge + Curbar Edge | 8-Mile Route

Blue sky and rocky terrain

A lovely 8-mile route exploring four of the Peak District edges from Curbar. There’s some ascent in this walk, but considering the views you have walking along edges it’s well worth it. As well as the four edges to enjoy, there’s also a trig point on White Edge and even a chance to spot some […]

Arnfield Moor, Chew Reservoir + Featherbed Moss Trig Walk From Crowden | 12-Mile Route

Crowden walk

Another great walk from Crowden, this location has plenty of scenic walks and here’s another to add to your ever-growing list! This 12-mile route begins by jumping on the Pennine Way path for a short distance before heading off west towards the boundary of the Peak District National Park. The walk takes you along the […]

Stanton Moor Plantations + Oaker Hill Trig Walk from Birchover | 10-Mile Route

Large gritstone rock Stanton Moor

This two trig walk takes you to the southwestern border of the Peak District above Darley Dale, deep in the Derbyshire Dales. Starting near the village of Birchover, the route circles around the historic sites and trig pillar of Stanton Moor before dropping down to the modest rise of Oaker Hill in the valley below […]

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 […]

Lose Hill + Win Hill Circular Walk From Edale | 12-Mile Route

Win Hill Walk + Lose Hill Peak District

Lose Hill and Win Hill are two of those iconic hills in the Peak District. There are plenty of options to hike them individually but this circular walk ticks of both hills in one beautiful route. Be prepared to give your legs a workout as this Lose Hill and Win Hill walk has plenty of […]

Shining Tor Circular Walk via Goyt Valley | 10-Mile Route

Bridge on Shining Tor walk

Shining Tor walk is one of those must-do hikes in the Peak District. It’s the highest peak in the Cheshire Peak District and has beautiful views towards its neighbour Shutlingsloe, which is known as the ‘Matterhorn of Cheshire’ due to its iconic shape. This route begins from the Derbyshire Bridge car park, takes you through […]