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10 Of The Best Peak District Walks: Great Hikes, Walks & Jaunts

The Peak District was the first national park to be recognised in the UK, and to this day, it’s still one of the most impressive — and one of the most popular. Over 13 million people pour into the Peak District every year to drink in all the majestic natural beauty you can find here, …

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13 Peak District Waterfalls & The Walks To Discover Them

The Peak District is home to some of the most enchanting walks and hiking trails in the entire United Kingdom. So whether you want to hike through dense forest or traipse across open fields and farmland, there’s a path somewhere that can accommodate you. What really sets the area apart, however, is the waterfalls. There …

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The Roaches & Lud’s Church Walk In The Peak District

It may need to work on its branding a bit, but The Roaches is one of the best walks in the Peak District — especially when you combine it with Lud’s Church.  (Don’t worry, you’re not likely to see any roaches on this walk, although it does look like the sort of place where one …

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Padley Gorge Walk: A Perfect Peak District Family Hike

The Peak District is full of beautiful scenery and enchanting walks, but most of them are fairly buttoned-down, suitable only for serious hikers. That’s not the case with the Padley Gorge Walk, though — it’s a walk that’s as fun as it is stimulating. Your kids will have just as much fun as you do …

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Three Shires Head Walk: Waterfalls, Pools and Bridges

The name “Three Shires Head” may conjure up images of pristine, Tolkienesque grasslands and rolling hills — and as it turns out, those images aren’t too far off from the truth. This gentle, lazily-paced hike will take you through farmland, over grassy knolls, and alongside the picturesque River Dale. It culminates at Three Shires Head, …

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Lathkill Dale Walk: Waterfalls and Caves Near Monyash

The Lathkill Dale Walk between Monyash and Youlgreave is one of the most popular hikes in the Peak District, and it will take you all of about half a second to figure out why. Filled with gorgeous scenery — including a waterfall, limestone cliffs, and mysterious caves — you can have a grand old time …

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Derwent Reservoir Walk: Hiking In The Peak District National Park

If you’d enjoy a moderately challenging stroll through pastoral farmland and alongside gentle waters, then the Derwent Reservoir Walk is the perfect choice. Snaking through lush green countryside and hewing closely to both the Derwent and Ladybower Reservoirs, this hike certainly doesn’t lack tranquillity or beauty. The walk is fairly long, so you’ll need to …

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Ladybower Reservoir Walk: 9km Circular Route Near Derwent

If you want a gentle walk that comes complete with breathtaking views of the water, it’s hard to beat Ladybower Reservoir Walk. The route circles around an artificial reservoir created in 1945, flooding the villages of Derwent and Ashopton in the process. At certain times of the year, you may even be able to spot …

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Thor’s Cave & Manifold Valley Walk: Stiles, Caves & Rivers In The Peak District

One of the most gorgeous and unforgettable sites in the Peak District (and all of England, really), Thor’s Cave Walk provides hikers with a variety of stunning views. So whether you enjoy peering into enchanting caves or gazing out on majestic valleys (complete with rivers running through them), this walk has something for you. Situated …

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Mam Tor Circular Walk: An Easy Peak District Circular Walk

It’s a sad truth, but throughout most of the world, if you want to enjoy the stunning views at the top of a mountain, you must first endure the gruelling ascent. That’s not the case at Mam Tor, however, as this walk provides a gorgeous mountain and picturesque views — and reaching the summit is …

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Kinder Scout Walk: A Waterfall, Reservoir & Jacob’s Ladder

If you’re looking for a hike that can be extremely challenging — but one that rewards you for your efforts in the end — then look no further than Kinder Scout. The highest point in the Peak District, Kinder Scout stands at 2088 feet (636 metres) tall. If that sounds daunting, you could always settle …

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Dovedale and Thorpe Cloud Circular Walk: England’s Peak District

One of the most beautiful and rustic spots in all of England, Dovedale Walk offers the perfect way to get out of an urban setting and back into nature. Known primarily for its iconic stepping stones that traverse the River Dove, this Peak District walk offers gorgeous views and a challenging hike that you’ll never …

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