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6 walks near Buxton

PUBLISHED: 11:43 10 November 2017 | UPDATED: 14:50 03 August 2018

Buxton Autumn Colours by Kevin Davies

Buxton Autumn Colours by Kevin Davies

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Buxton is the perfect base for a walking holiday in the Peak District. We pick some of our favourites in the surrounding area.

Solomon's Temple by Kevin DaviesSolomon's Temple by Kevin Davies

Buxton and Solomon’s Temple

Start out at the famous Pavilion Gardens, cross the River Wye and scale the dizzy heights of Solomon’s Temple for an aerial view of Buxton.

Buxton walk

 

The duck pond at HartingtonThe duck pond at Hartington

Hartington

this walk is an undulating amble through a succession of fields and stiles to Sheen, followed by a gentle wander amid a scenic landscape beside the meandering River Dove.

Hartington walk

 

Monsal Dale by Martyn WrightMonsal Dale by Martyn Wright

Taddington

A very varied walk with three quite steep climbs but well worth the effort as the views over Monsal Dale are quite stunning. The return paths are down a dale from Taddington and along Monsal Dale.

Taddington walk

 

Tideswell ChurchTideswell Church

Tideswell

A stroll around the tangled web of Tideswell’s narrow roads, lanes, alleyways and ginnels, twisting between character houses and pretty cottages.

Tideswell walk

 

The path to Shining TorThe path to Shining Tor

Shining Tor and Errwood Reservoir

Venture across to the Cheshire side of the Peak District and enjoy the panoramic views from the neighbouring county’s highest point.

Shining Tor walk

 

Water-cum-Jolly DaleWater-cum-Jolly Dale

Monsal Head and Litton Mill

Start out from Monsal Head and take in some of the Peak District’s most famous landmarks, as well reminders of the Peak District’s industrial past at Litton Mill.

Litton walk

 

 
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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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