Walking & Hiking in The Peak District
The Peak District National Park is home to an amazingly diverse range of landscape, ones with expansive and dramatic panoramic views, snapshots that you will fall in love with and remember forever. From the rugged limestone valleys to calm lakes and reservoirs. Wherever you walk in the Derbyshire countryside 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 each walk in the Peak District National Park is always an adventure, so why not start yours now?
One of the best known walks in the Peak District is Kinder Scout. This is the highest point in the Peak District, and is famous for reasons others than its scenery and cloughs- it was also the chosen hike of the Mass Trespass of 1932, just part of the area’s rich history.
Another popular Peak District walk is Mam Tor, although less challenging than Kinder Scout the views are none less stunning. Easily accessible from Edale or Castleton, Mam Tor is sure to become one of your Peak District favourites. But like all Peak District walks, these views really have to be seen to be believed.
Peak District walks are some of the best in the country, and the Peak District National Park is one the UK’s most popular walking destinations. There are many walks in the Peak District which have traffic-free trails, so whether you’re looking for a gentle countryside stroll or a full-on hike, we have something to please everyone.
Please see below and find where in the Peak District you should explore next…