The Peak District is a land of rolling hills, picturesque dales, mystical moors and enchanted woodlands. Its varied landscapes are interspersed with breathtaking gritstone escarpments, legendary limestone ridges, crystal-clear rivers and lakes, idyllic villages and iconic stately homes. The UK’s first national park truly affords something for all ages, interests and abilities.
With endless trails to explore, it’s time to let your feet feel the glorious Peak District landscapes for themselves – bringing you closer to nature and regenerating your physical, social and spiritual health. In this Collection of hikes, we showcase hidden gems and absolute classics in the national park. Whether you’re into gentle saunters or challenging day hikes, there’s something for you here.
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In this Collection, we take you along the Baslow, Calver and Froggatt edges, where endless views and classic walking awaits. We scramble over the dragon hills of Chrome and Parkhouse, where exhilarating hiking and jaw-dropping beauty combine. We show you a different side of the Chatsworth Estate and visit folkloric rocks, mystical stone circles, historic treasures and landscapes where literature and legend go hand in hand.
The time has come to feel the earth beneath your feet.
This hike showcases the spectacular variety of the Peak District. With rugged moorland, serene woodland, picturesque riversides and breathtaking views atop gristone escarpments, this is an absolute classic.
The Tour begins as a climb from the centre of Baslow, which gets gradually steeper as the surface…
Folkloric rocks, mystical stone circles, magical moors and picturesque dales – this hike is as fascinating as it is beautiful.
From Birchover, descend past Rowtor Rocks, a series of caves, rooms, tunnels and flights of steps that were painstakingly hand-carved. Hike along footpaths to the B5056 and then…
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The Dragon's Back is one of the most impressive sights in the Peak District. Visible for miles around, the rugged ridge of Chrome Hill and its neighbour Parkhouse Hill simply beg to be scrambled over.
Formed some 340 million years ago, the hills were once coral reefs when the area was covered by a tropical…
Ladybower is an iconic hiking destination in the Peak District. Surrounded by rugged upland, rolling farmland and majestic woodland, the reservoir affords wonderfully varied hiking, wildlife spotting opportunities, spellbinding viewpoints and fascinating history.
From the car park, head along the road…
This leisurely loop explores the quaint village of Ashford in the Water and visits Monsal Head, where epic views of the Headstone Viaduct crossing the valley await.
The Tour begins at Ashford’s much-photographed Medieval Sheepwash Bridge and then takes you through the picturesque little village; past…
This hike reveals the idyllic countryside around Hathersage. With links to literary heroines, legendary heroes and a legacy of bygone industry, this Tour packs a lot of interest into a couple of hours.
From the village centre, hike north along a farm track, cut through pretty allotments, cross Hood…
When you explore the Chatsworth Estate, it feels as if time has stood still for centuries. The elegant stately home stood proudly above the gently-meandering River Derwent, fields lined with ancient hedgerows and dry-stone walls, bluebell woodlands, wildflower meadows and chocolate-box villages – this…
Hiking Collection by Dan Hobson
Hiking Collection by Dan Hobson
Bike Touring Collection by Omar Di Felice
Hiking Collection by S-Bahn Berlin