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5 Walks In The Yorkshire Dales


 Derbyshire - Peak District Walks

The Peak District was the first National Park and the setting in 1932 for the deliberate  mass trespass of Kinder Scout as a protest against landowners who denied public access to their land. It was a defining moments which led to the formation of The Ramblers and the legislation which allows for the access to the countryside we enjoy today.

In some ways, the Peak District is a victim of its own success and its easy accessibility from so many surrounding cities can make it very busy especially in the “honeypots” such as Castleton and Bakewell.

Nevertheless, the determined walker can still escape the crowds and enjoy the moorland, hills and dales in relative tranquillity.

It has some dramatic edges such as Stannage Edge and Kinder Scout mentioned above is over 2000 feet high.

The Peak District is sometimes known as the Derbyshire Dales.

Scroll down to see Derbyshire = Peak District walks.

If you will require Accommodation in Derbyshire, see Accommodation For Walkers page.

Derbyshire - Peak District Walks With "Traffic Light" Rating

For an explanation of the "traffic light "rating see My Walks page.

Each symbol = 2˝ miles

The start point for all walks can be located on Google Maps. Click here.

Dovedale and Tissington
Hartington to Beresford Dale, Wolfscote Dale and Biggin Dale
Kinder Scout
Lathkill Dale
Mam Tor Circuit
Parkhouse Hill and Chrome Hill
Stanage Edge
WinHill (463M) and Ladybower Reservoir
Maps used on these walks:

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