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Walking in the Peak District and Derbyshire

Here’s a handy list of some of the best walks in the Peak District and Derbyshire, ranging from challenging hikes to relaxing riverside strolls.

From rugged limestone valleys to calm lakes and reservoirs, wherever you walk in Derbyshire or the Peak District National Park, you can always be guaranteed to get the time and space to take a deep breath of fresh air and feel closer to nature. Exploring new walks in the Peak District is always an adventure, so why not scroll down to discover some of our great downloadable routes below.

There are many walks in the Peak District and Derbyshire which follow traffic-free trails, so whether you’re looking for a gentle countryside stroll or a full-on hike, we have something to suit all tastes.

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Beyond The Edge

One of the UK's most experienced providers of hill and mountain activities.


Cromford Village Heritage Walk

A great walk around the historic village of Cromford.


The Robin Hood 500 (500RH)

The Robin Hood 500 (500RH) is a journey through 500 miles of Robin Hood country, from Nottingham Castle to Robin Hood’s Bay. Returning through the…


Peak District National Park Ranger Guided Walks

Join one of our series of guided walks with official National Park Rangers exploring wildlife, heritage and much more.


Peak Walking Adventures

Guided walking and navigation days in the Peak District.


Activities at Elvaston Castle Country Park

A truly magical park near Derby, steeped in history.

Beresford Dale

A narrow tree lined dale, hemmed in by limestone cliffs, a charming miniture of the Derbyshire 'gem' Dovedale perfect for walking and exploring.

Curbar Edge

A popular place for walkers and climbers with stunning views across Chatsworth and beyond.

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