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Coronavirus – Discounted Walk Guides

At present, government advice allows people to go for walks, so long as they don’t have coronavirus symptoms and follow the social distancing protocols. To help people get out and get some fresh air, some exercise, and try to carry on life more normally, we’ve reduced the price of some our walk guides to only 79p. We’ve chosen these ones as they are generally easier, […]

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Limestone Way Charity Walk

You will likely have seen on our social media recently that we have been raising money for Teenage Cancer Trust. Our daughter Emily, 12, walked 26 miles of the Limestone Way over 3 days at half term, from Castleton to Matlock. At the time of writing she has raised an amazing ยฃ1211.34! We had to delay the walk a few days due to Storm Dennis, […]

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Peak District Glamping – Review of Mulino Pods

Here at Walking The Peaks we don’t get down to the southern reaches of the Peak District as much as we’d like. We love the area, but the journey takes time from our home and there’s only so many hours in the day. This week however we were heading down to plan a walk around Kniveton and Bradbourne, so opted to take advantage of the […]

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Christmas Gift Vouchers Now Available!

Christmas Gift Vouchers Now Available!

Yes, we’re doing a special offer on our Christmas gift vouchers!  6 walk guides for the price of 4 – a saving of ยฃ4.95. Order the gift voucher here for only ยฃ9.99, and get the voucher and code for the recipient to download their chosen walks at their leisure.   

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New Walk Guides & Y Not Festival Walks!

New Walk Guides & Y Not Festival Walks!

โ€Well, at long last we’re thrilled to announce our new walk guides covering some great Peak District walks.  Available for instant download as a PDF, they cost just ยฃ2.49 and include walk descriptions with photographs, transport information, the route shown on a Harvey map, and details of local pubs, cafes etc. Head here for more information ๐Ÿ‘ And, we’ve also got two walks from the […]

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Winter Camp in Edale

Winter Camp in Edale

It may be December but here at Walking The Peaks we’ve not managed to get out camping for a while. Our last trip was a wild camp back in October, and whilst we’ve been out and about walking in the Peak District we’ve struggled to manage an overnighter. Last night though, my friend Andy and me both had a free window and set aside the […]

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Short Sunday Walk on Stanage

At this time of year I’m really keen to get out and make the most of the weekend. The evenings are long, the weather can be cold and damp, but fortunately I’ve got the Peak District on my doorstep. We were keen to get the kids out for a walk, especially as Joe is 4 now and starting to build the strength in his legs […]

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