5 of the best March walks in the Peak District

PUBLISHED: 08:00 03 March 2020 | UPDATED: 17:26 04 November 2020

Medieval cross in Shillito Wood by Sally Mosley

Medieval cross in Shillito Wood by Sally Mosley

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We looked through our archives to see what we recommended to you in previous years during March.

Shillito Woods by Sally MosleyShillito Woods by Sally Mosley

Shillito Wood

March 2019 issue

A springtime walk in the Eastern Moors, following ancient waymarkers and walking through woodland that is perfect for seeing the change of nature at this time of year.

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Old lead mines near Brassington by Sally MosleyOld lead mines near Brassington by Sally Mosley

Brassington

March 2018 issue

This walk is perfect for experiencing the joys of Spring. Whether it's the sound of birdsong or lambs gamboling in nearby fields. You will certainly feel close to nature on this walk.

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Earls Rock House by Sally MosleyEarls Rock House by Sally Mosley

The Churnet Valley

March 2017 issue

Most people will head to this part of the world to experience a rollercoaster or two at the famous theme park at Alton Towers. This walk is a lot less white knuckle.

Click here to view the details of the Alton walk

2016 Never Fear Dam by Sally Mosley2016 Never Fear Dam by Sally Mosley

Troway

March 2016 issue

He head for the north-east corner of Derbyshire on the fringe of South Yorkshire, exploring a network of old tracks and footpaths through a diverse landscape of arable farmland, patches of ancient woodland and past redundant mill ponds.

Click here to view the details of the Troway walk

Middle Linacre Reservoir by Sally MosleyMiddle Linacre Reservoir by Sally Mosley

Linacre Reservoirs

March 2015 issue

Staying in the north-east part of the county, this time a few miles south to the outskirts of Chesterfield. We head to Linacre Reservoirs, it's a great time of the year to visit here because of the abundance of bluebells.

Click here to view the details of the Linacre 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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