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Walking The Peaks

Unsure where to go for a walk in the Peak District, have particular needs or interests, or do you simply need some new ideas on where to hike? Whatever your abilities, our personalised Peak District Walk Guides are designed just for you, to help you get out and enjoy your walks in this wonderful national park.

Why We Can Help!

Here at Walking The Peaks, our goal is to help you have a wonderful time in the Peak District. Click here to find out why we can help you, whatever your abilities or hiking experience!

Walk Guides

We prepare personalised Peak District Walk Guides, tailored to your interests and abilities, meaning you get the most out of your trip. Our local knowledge will mean you visit lesser known places, good pubs and cafes, and help you have a great time in the Peak District.

How To Order

Placing an order is easy. All you need to do is answer a few questions to help us to plan walks most suitable for your abilities and interests, make your payment and we’ll do the rest! We then send your walks via email for you to view on your phone or print off.

The Peak District

The Peak District National Park was created in 1951, the first national park in the UK. Walking in the Peak District can be quite varied, with the more gentle limestone dales of the White Peak and the higher, gritstone moors of the Dark Peak, meaning there’s something for everyone.

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Percy Pud 10k – Sunday 2 December

Percy Pud 10k – Sunday 2 December

This weekend, instead of walking in the Peak District, I’ll be running the Percy Pud 10k.  The Percy Pud is a lovely race, set in the picturesque Loxley Valley on the outskirts of Sheffield. It contours midway along the hillside above the valley, before it reaches the Peak District National Park at Damflask Reservoir. The route carries on to Low Bradfield, before turning back and returning […]

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Bakewell

Bakewell

Bakewell – The History In our latest blog post, we take a look at Bakewell, in the heart of the Peak District. Bakewell is a small market town in the centre of the Peak District, set on the banks of the River Wye. The town developed around several thermal springs which attracted Iron Age settlers. It is mentioned in the Domesday book at ‘Badequella’ or […]

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Walks in Edale, Derbyshire

Walks in Edale, Derbyshire

Walks in Edale, Derbyshire Here at Walking The Peaks we try our best to make our walks as good as possible for our customers. Just recently, to help plan a walk, we took a trip out into the Peak District, more specifically to look at walks in Edale, Derbyshire. The valley has it all – a wonderful ridge walk, some dark and murky moors, some […]

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Easter Special Offer – 25% Off All Walk Guides!

Easter Special Offer – 25% Off All Walk Guides!

Planning a Peak District Easter Walk? Special Offer – 25% Off All Walk Guides! It may have been snowing and cold recently but it’s got to be time to look ahead to the spring and the summer. To tempt you to visit this brilliant national park, we’re doing 25% off all walk guides including our gift vouchers.  The perfect way of doing that Peak District […]

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Mother’s Day in the Peak District

Mother’s Day in the Peak District

Mother’s Day in the Peak District You probably know that Mother’s Day is coming up on 11th March and we’ve got the perfect gift – our family walk guides! Our guides are aimed at helping you have a great mother’s day in the Peak District. They are written so the kids can lead the walks, with a route map and step by step directions. We […]

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