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There are plenty of places to see and visit around Hope. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Hope is a region where 20 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 20 Attractions around Hope

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    Mam Tor

    Hiking Highlight

    The thing I love about Mam Tor is the sheer amount of options you have. I've been here several times and one option is a really short walk up from …

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    Adele
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    Hollins Cross

    Hiking Highlight

    Hollins Cross is a lofty hill summit with spectacular panoramic views. There are loads of great trails around here, especially via the Great Ridge to Mam Tor. It can get …

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    Kinder Low

    Hiking Highlight

    Kinder Low trig is found on the plateau of Kinder Scout. This spot is very popular with hikers as it boasts wonderful views and is visited by many iconic trails, …

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    Win Hill

    Hiking Highlight

    Win Hill is north west of Bamford in the Peak District. Its summit is 1,516 feet (462 m) above sea level and it is bounded by the River Derwent to …

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    Higger Tor

    Hiking Highlight

    Higger Tor is a distinctive landmark of the Dark Peak. Standing at 1,424 feet (434 m) high, you are afforded spectacular panoramic views from the summit, that stretch over the Burbage Valley and the Iron Age hill fort, Carl Wark.

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    Lose Hill

    Hiking Highlight

    At roughly 476m, Lose Hill is situated at the end of Great Ridge and provides breathtaking views over Mam Tor, as well as Hope and Edale valleys.

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    Bleaklow Head

    Hiking Highlight

    This rugged moorland plateau affords a real sense of solitude and breathtaking panoramic views. Bleaklow Head, standing at 2,077 feet (633 meters) high, is one of three summits on this …

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    Kinder Scout

    Hiking Highlight

    If England has a true wilderness, the vast exposed summit plateau of Kinder Scout – almost featureless except for its shifting peat maze of groughs and hags – is as …

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    Grindslow Knoll

    Hiking Highlight

    At 1,972 feet (601 m), Grindslow Knoll is a lofty perch, high on the termination of one of Kinder Scout's central southern limbs. This elevated and isolated position makes it …

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    10

    Higher Shelf Stones

    Hiking Highlight

    Great place with the quirky rocks, cool rock mounted trig point and the sombre wreckage of an American strata fortress nearby. Good views and a good rest spot...if you have the weather.

    Tip by
    David
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    11

    Back Tor

    Hiking Highlight

    Standing at 1,765 feet (538 m) tall, Back Tor marks the highest point on Derwent Edge. As such, you are afforded utterly breathtaking views over the Peak District from this …

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    12

    Carl Wark

    Hiking Highlight

    This awe-inspiring rocky tor boasts the remains of an Iron Age hill fort. There have been many Bronze Age artefacts discovered nearby, so the area could well have been populated …

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    Jacob's Ladder

    Hiking Highlight

    The steep stone staircase of Jacob’s Ladder makes a challenging ascent to the summit of Kinder Low. This iconic section of the Pennine Way is a delight to hike, though, …

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    Kinder Downfall

    Hiking Highlight

    Marvel at the spectacular rock buttresses and cascading water of the Kinder Downfall. On a clear day, this natural amphitheatre can be visible for many miles.

    Kinder Downfall is often …

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    Ladybower Reservoir Dam

    Hiking Highlight

    Impressive, especially when water level is high, you have a feeling that water goes straight in the centre of the earth

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    Houndkirk Road

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Great moorland road, ideal for riders of any ability as it is wide and generally flat (given its location). However, if you are more experienced there are some excellent sections …

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    Monsal Trail

    Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

    Lovely flat disused railway which is wonderful for cycling with the children. Plenty of opportunities to make into a loop or just cycle back the same way.

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    Edale Rocks

    Hiking Highlight

    Great views, good 360 wind shelter if you climb down between the rocks for a coffee or lunch break.

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    Joe
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    Castleton

    Hiking Highlight

    Lying in the lee of mysterious Mam Tor, Castleton is one of the most beautifully-situated villages in the White Peak. With cafes, tearooms, pubs, restaurants, a visitor centre, and lots …

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    Cave Dale

    Hiking Highlight

    Cave Dale is a superb ascent. Easy access from Castleton makes it a great quick hike and fun for all the family.

    Formed from a coral reef some 350 million …

    Tip by
    Simon

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