Category Archives: White Peak Area

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 […]

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 Derbyshire so two counties on one walk!  This beautiful route winds alongside the River Dove through the cute village of Milldale and to the start of Dovedale, taking in some spectacular highlights from huge caves to limestone rock formations through […]

Baslow Edge Short Walk From Curbar Gap | 3-Mile Route

Highland Cow near Baslow Edge

If you are looking for a lovely 3-mile route this Baslow Edge short walk is a great option. A short uphill walk and you have wonderful views down to the Derwent Valley. In late summer the edge is covered in purple heather and in autumn it’s a beautiful red-orange below as the trees below are […]

Thor’s Cave Short Walk From Wetton | 3.5-Mile Route

Thor's Cave - large rock with small cave amongst trees

Thor’s Cave walk is a brilliant walk for everyone to do. But if you want to do a short route this option is perfect.  This Thor’s Cave short walk starts from Wetton, Staffordshire and has loads of highlights for a shorter route. Near the start, you have views of Beeston Tor, then the main excitement walking […]

Bradford Dale Short Walk Near Youlgreave | 5-Mile Route

River Bradford

The Derbyshire Dales has many hidden secrets spots and you can find one of those on the Bradford Dale walk near Youlgreave. This walk stars above the dale in a small car park away from the village. The route takes you along the Limestone Way down to the River Bradford. Shortly after you’ll see one […]

River Dove Short Walk From Alstonefield (via Milldale) | 4-Mile Route

A short but beautiful walk from Alstonefield in Staffordshire. This 4-mile short loop heads across fields, then down to the River Dove where you can enjoy a nature-filled walk next to the river. You’ll enjoy all the wildlife with plenty of birds along the route, from herons, ducks and dippers. As well as some dramatic […]

Milldale Short Walk (Dovedale + Ilam Rock) | 3-Mile Route

Milldale walk through Dovedale

A beautiful short walk through Dovedale from Milldale in the Derbyshire Dales of the Peak District with plenty of highlights along the way. This lovely 3-mile route begins from the picturesque village of Milldale and takes you along the River Dove. You can relax and enjoy walking alongside the meandering river as it twists and […]

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 […]

Chrome Hill + Parkhouse Hill Walk (+ Scramble) From Hollinsclough | 5-Mile Route

Chrome Hill and Parkhouse Hill walk

Chrome Hill and Parkhouse Hill are two classic Peak District hills that you definitely need to add to your walking bucket list! This short circular walk has stunning views both on the approach and from the summit of the two hills. And if you’re lucky you might even spot a dragon… Chrome Hill is known […]

Bradford Dale Walk From Youlgreave | 6-Mile Route

River Bradford

Bradford Dale walk is a wonderful walk near the quaint village of Youlgreave. And there’s even a small swimming spot on the route – perfect on a hot summer’s day (if we have one of those again!) The route starts on a quieter section, initially following the Limestone Way path down to the River Bradford. […]