Walk Guides

Walk Guides

We know the Peak District really well, having walked here for many years. There's many brilliant places to visit, and we've many walk guides for you to choose from. The area has quite a variety of landscapes, meaning there's some Peak District walks for everyone. We are adding walks regularly - keep an eye on our Twitter, Instagram and Facebook pages for updates.  We'll be doing brand new walks, and also longer versions of some existing walks, so there's lots to look forward to!

All our Peak District walks cost just £2.49. All you have to do is add a walk to the basket, check out and make your payment. You will then automatically receive your chosen walk guide(s) via email for you to either view on your phone, or print off. The guides include:

  • Detailed Route Descriptions
  • Photographs to help you find the way
  • The route shown on a Harvey Map
  • How to get there
  • Nearby facilities including pubs and cafes
  • A link to follow the route on google maps too.

To view a sample walk guide - see here

To help you choose a good walk, we've put them into the categories of easier, medium, and harder walks.  Grading walks is difficult, as it depends on the person's abilities, so check out the individual walk page for more details. We try our best to give you a flavour of what to expect, but if you're not sure if a walk would be suitable, just drop us a line and we'd be happy to advise!

Easier Walks

Easier Walks

 

There are plenty of Peak District walks for those who want something a little easier. These are generally shorter (less than 6 miles), on good paths, and without any particularly steep hills. Check out the individual walk page for more details about each walk.

Baslow Monuments - 7km or 4.35 miles

Beresford Dale & Biggin Dale – 9km or 5.5 miles (easy/medium)

Birchen & Gardom's Edges - 5.2km or 3 miles

Castleton, Cave Dale & The Caverns - 8.5km or 5.25 miles (easy/medium)

Chatsworth, Calton Lees & Edensor - 6.2km or 3.85 miles

Curbar  Edge & Carver - 6.65km or 4.1 miles (easy/medium)

Hay Dale & Peter Dale - 6 Miles

Ladybower & Bridge End Pasture - 6.3km or 3.9 miles

Litton Edge & St Peter's Stone - 6.2km or 3.85 miles

Mam Tor & The Old Road - 4.4km or 2.7 miles

Padley Gorge & Longshaw - 7km or 4.3 miles

Upper Lathkill Dale & One Ash Grange - 6km or 4.3 miles

White & Froggatt Edges - 7km or 4 miles

Y Not Festival - Long Dale & High Peak Trail - 5.2km/3 miles or 7km/4 miles

Y Not Festival - Minninglow & Royston - 8.75km or 5.4 miles

Medium Walks

Medium Walks

 

These walks are generally between 6-9 miles, include a fair bit of uphill, and may encounter some more difficult terrain. See the individual walk page for more details.

Bradwell, Abney Moor & Tideswell Rake - 11km or 6.9 miles

Burbage, Mother Cap & Higger Tor - 9.5km or 6 miles

Curbar, Baslow & Gardom's Edges - 13.75km or 8.5 miles

Derwent Edge & Ladybower - 13.7km or 8.5 miles

Dovedale, Thorpe Cloud & Ilam - 11.5km or 7.1 miles

Kinder Scout & Grindslow Knoll - 8.5km or 5.25 miles

Lathkill Dale & Youlgreave - 13km or 8 miles

Monsal, Demon & High Dales - 11.5km or 7.1 miles

Mount Famine, South Head & Hayfield - 11.5km or 7 miles

The Great Ridge from Hope - 7 Miles

Harder Walks

Harder Walks

 

These walks are for more experienced walkers, who are comfortable on any terrain, like a bit of steep ascent, and who want to walk 9 miles or more. See the individual walk page for more details.

Er, as you can see, we need to work on this section! To date, we've been focusing on easier walks, but in time we'll be adding longer and/or more difficult treks in various parts of the Peak District. Keep an eye out on our social media, or check back here sometime soon.

Peak District Walk Guides

To see our Peak District walks by area, take a look at the map below. Tap on the icon in the top left corner to sort by easier (green) and medium (blue) walks.