10 great walks in the Peak District

PUBLISHED: 12:30 04 January 2015 | UPDATED: 16:26 14 August 2018

The view towards Hathersage

The view towards Hathersage

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10 walks from the Peak District National Park including Chatsworth and the Derbyshire Dales

Paine's ornate bridge over the DerwentPaine's ornate bridge over the Derwent

Derbyshire Walk - Chatsworth

This scenic walk around Chatsworth Park and the estate village of Beeley follows quiet riverside paths and woodland tracks.

Chatsworth Walk

 

 

A view of Lathkill Dale from aboveA view of Lathkill Dale from above

Peak District Walk - Bakewell

A lovely walk along beautiful Lathkill Dale and back to Bakewell

Bakewell Walk

 

 

Footbridge over Burbage BrookFootbridge over Burbage Brook

Peak District Walk - Padley Gorge

Photogenic and full of character, the dense woodland of Padley Gorge hides many secrets.

Padley Gorge Walk

 

 

Millstone EdgeMillstone Edge

Peak District Walk - Longshaw and Higger Tor

Explore some of the Peak's best walking country with spectacular views

Higger Tor Walk

 

 

View from Monsal HeadView from Monsal Head

Peak District Walk - Monsal Head and the Headstone Tunnel

A route packed with lovely views and history

Monsal Head Walk

 

 

View towards Mam TorView towards Mam Tor

Peak District Walk - Hope Valley

The dramatic Hope Valley - an adventure playground for walkers that offers Peaks to conquer in every direction.

Hope Valley Walk

 

 

Thornbridge stationThornbridge station

Peak District Walk - Ashford-in-the-Water

A lovely walk that's perfect for beginners

Ashford Walk

 

 

Peak District Walk - KettleshulmePeak District Walk - Kettleshulme

Peak District Walk - Kettleshulme

A corner of the Peak District National Park which lies within Cheshire

Kettleshulme Walk

 

 

Langsett Reservoir (Courtesy of Yorkshire Water)Langsett Reservoir (Courtesy of Yorkshire Water)

Peak District Walk - Langsett

Why not head for the Yorkshire part of the Peak District for a great winter walk.

Langsett Walk

 

 

Eyam, Derbyshire County WalkEyam, Derbyshire County Walk

Peak District Walk - Eyam

A very varied walk from the interesting village of Eyam

Eyam Walk

 

All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change.

 
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