Tag Archives: Trig walk

Stanage Edge, Derwent Edge + Ladybower Reservoir Walk From Bamford | 14-Mile Route

Derwent Edge walk

Stretch your legs on this long walk from Bamford, taking in the delights of Stanage Edge, Derwent Edge and Ladybower Reservoir.  We are creating more walks that are public transport friendly so this route begins from Bamford train station in the Derbyshire Peak District. However, if you find driving an easier then there are car parking […]

10 Trig Walks For Beginners in the Peak District

Mam Tor trig point

In 2021, we shared a fun Peak District checklist that you could tick off during your walks – The Trig Point Challenge! The aim of the Trig Point challenge was not a competitive one but it was created as a way of exploring more of the beautiful Peak District, including finding some of those hidden […]

Harry Hut + Lantern Pike Trig Walk From Hayfield | 10-Mile Route

Lantern Pike walk from Hayfield

A lovely circular walk from Hayfield, including a couple of ‘Ethels‘ and trig points on the way as well as walking past one of the numerous plane crash sites in the Peak District. From Hayfield, you begin by heading up towards Kinder Reservoir then you begin your ascent via William Clough, this is a large […]

Win Hill + Kinder Plateau Walk From Hope To Edale | 9-Mile Route

Win Hill walk in the snow

Here’s a great route for all you hiking lovers! This linear route begins from Hope and ends in Edale taking in the delights of Win Hill and Crookstone Hill via the Kinder Plateau on the way. We don’t have many linear walks available mainly because of the logistics of getting from the finish back to […]

Baslow Edge + Birchen Edge Walk From Baslow | 9-Mile Route

Moorland on Birchen Edge walk

One walk and three fab Peak District edges, yes, I know it’s called the Baslow Edge + Birchen Edge walk but there’s a surprise third edge you’ll explore on this beautiful walk from Baslow. From the village of Baslow you’ll first head up to walk along the beautiful Baslow Edge, with views across the valley […]

Shutlingsloe Hill Walk (Via Macclesfield Forest) From Wildboarclough | 5-Mile Route

Shutlingsloe Hill Peak District

A beautiful 5-mile walk up Shutlingsloe Hill and through Macclesfield Forest in the Peak District.  This is a great route from Wildboarclough and includes a wide range of scenery and terrain for a 5-mile walk. From the start at Wildboarclough you’re doing the tough bit first heading up to Shutlingsloe where you can enjoy the […]

Three Shires Head Walk From Wildboarclough | 5.5-Mile Route (+ Shutlingsloe Option)

A lovely route from Wildboarclough to the stunning Three Shires Head, complete with it’s packhorse bridges and waterfalls. This walk begins from Clough House car park in Wildboarclough and goes via rocky a track and fields to Three Shires Head before looping back via Cut-thorn Hill where you have views of Shutlingsloe in the distance, […]

Shutlingsloe Hill Short Walk From Wildboarclough | 3-Mile Route

Fancy a short walk up to Shutlingsloe summit in the beautiful Cheshire part of the Peak District National Park? This is a lovely short 3-mile walk from Clough House car park at Wildboarclough. But don’t expect a short easy walk, Shutlingsloe summit is 506 metres, up there with the likes of Mam Tor (517 m) […]

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 […]