Tag Archives: Ethel walk

9 Trig Walks For Trig Baggers (Walks with Multiple Trigs)

Revidge trig point in Peak District

Lots of you are taking on our Trig Point Challenge which is brilliant. It’s lovely to see so many people exploring more areas of the beautiful Peak District and ticking trigs off along the way! For those of you that have set yourself an additional challenge, maybe completing in a year or as quick as you can, […]

Alport Castles, Grinah Stones (Bleaklow) + Derwent Reservoir Long Walk | 17-Mile Route

Grinah Stones on Bleaklow

It’s been a while since we added a long walk for you. This route is one that over 200 people requested via Instagram so here you go! This long walk begins from Fairholmes near Derwent Dam and Reservoir, first it takes you uphill along to Alport Castles with beautiful views of this huge landslide. Then […]

Mount Famine + South Head Walk From Hayfield | 7-Mile Route

Cloud inversion and Peak District hills

This walk is a must-do route. You may not have heard of Mount Famine or South Head, they certainly aren’t as popular as Mam Tor, Win Hill or Kinder Scout but you won’t be disappointed! This 7-mile route begins from Hayfield and heads along the Pennine Bridleway before the uphill to reach Mount Famine, which […]

Axe Edge Moor Trig + Cheeks Hill Walk From Derbyshire Bridge | 6-Mile Route

Scenic photo from Axe Edge, rolling hills and rocks

Axe Edge Moor is a beautiful part of the Peak District and sets the location for this walk – including Axe Edge Moor trig point and Cheeks Hill which is the county top of Staffordshire at 520 metres. A fantastic walk that ticks off a trig and two Ethels, it’s perfect if you’re taking on […]

Padley Gorge, Higger Tor + Stanage Edge Walk From Hathersage | 12-Mile Route

Surprise View walk from Hathersage

Another one of those walks with a variety of different scenery along the way, from riverside, woodlands and open land you have a mix of everything on this stunning walk from Hathersage. The walk initially takes you along the trail alongside the beautiful River Derwent which then subsequently leads to Grindleford Station (another option for […]

Rowtor Rocks + Stanton Moor Trig Walk From Birchover | 4.5-Mile Walk

Nine Ladies Stone Circle at Stanton Moor

This walk from Birchover is a lovely route with plenty to see on the way. Starting with a mini exploration around the hidden gem Rowtor Rocks then onwards to Stanton Moor where you’ll come across The Tower, Nine Ladies, Cork Stone and a bonus trig point too. From Birchover car park, first head towards the […]

Bamford Edge, Stanage Edge, Derwent Edge from Ladybower Reservoir | 12-Mile Route

Bamford Edge

A walk including three of the awesome Peak District edges, each with their own fantastic views. This route begins from Heatherdene car park near Ladybower Reservoir, you first have the beautiful Bamford Edge to hike up, then it’s on to Stanage Edge and finally you get to explore the far side of Derwent Edge before […]

Musden Low Trig + Throwley Old Hall Walk from Ilam Hall | 7.5-Mile Route

Throwley Old Hall

A beautiful 7.5 mile loop from Ilam Hall, ticking off both an Ethel and trig point at Musden Low. The route also takes you via the ruins of Throwley Old Hall and you’ll have stunning views walking down the Manifold Valley.  From Ilam Hall, you head through the grounds then over the River Manifold heading […]

Kinder Scout Walk From Hayfield (+ Kinder Downfall) | 9 Mile Route

There are numerous routes up to Kinder Scout in the Peak District, this one along with Grindsbrook from Edale is up there with my favourites! From Hayfield, you begin walking up the road then there’s a short steep hill to wake your legs up before skirting alongside Kinder Reservoir. On a clear day, you can […]

Errwood Hall + Shining Tor Walk From Errwood Reservoir | 5-Mile Route

Shining Tor walk views from top

A great walk with a real mix of scenery from low level walking next to Errwood Reservoir, exploring the ruins of Errwood Hall then a big uphill to reach Shining Tor summit with gorgeous views of the surrounding hills and Goyt Valley. From Errwood Reservoir you begin the walk on the flat, a great way […]