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Day walks in the beautiful Peak District

Relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the Peak district

  • 5 hours
  • 38 British pounds
  • To be confirmed depending on walk

Service Description

Various dates available to work with your plans - Enjoy walking in the countryside we have oodles of walks tailored to meet your needs Half ays, full days, challenges, relaxing we can call at a café or a pub for lunch or a well deserved cup of tea and a piece of cake at the end of the day. Be guided through the beautiful peak district Kinder Scout There are numerous routes up to Kinder Scout in the Peak District, this one is a favourite of mine ascending past Kinder reservoir we will Ascend to the Kinder Plateau and cross Kinder downfall before returning via Kinder low and Tunstall farm Walk type: Medium circular walk ; Distance: 8.6 miles/13.9 km ; Walk time: 4.5-5.5 hours ; Total ascent: 596 m/1,968 ft ; Highest point: 633 m/1,784 .... Please bring food, drink, waterproofs, wear comfortable clothes and footwear. Any personal medication. Great Ridge 9.14 miles (12.5km ) Ascent 1793 ft( 546.5 metres) A classic with far reaching views across to Kinder and the Hope valley known as the 'Great Ridge' leaving Mam Nick carpark S33 8WA. We cross fields, and descend into Cave dale, before emerging in the centre of Castleton, crossing fields to Hope, before ascending Lose hill and continuing across the Great ridge, to Mam Tor summit. Rushup edge 11.8 miles (19km) Total ascent 2471ft (753.2m) Following good paths and a long steady climb, Rushup edge offers amazing views and a higher point than Mam tor with Lords seat 550m Barber Booth car park 100m after passing beneath railway viaduct at 9.30 am prompt. Toilets Edale visitors centre. Coffee in Edale village Please bring food, drink, waterproofs, wear comfortable clothes and footwear. Any personal medication. White edge Frogatt and Curbar The walk is 9.3km/6 miles This exhilarating walk takes you across three of the Peak District’s most famous edges. There are spectacular views over the hills and valleys, as well as a good chance to spot wild deer and cattle on the rugged moorland. Also lookout for the enigmatic and curious White Edge Lodge, which stands alone on the moorland. long with one short steep hill. It is worth it for the stunning views. aPlease contact me for details or call on 07872590486 Individuals and groups can be catered for please discuss when booking

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Belper DE56, UK

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