Welcome to a grand day out in the Peak District from Ranger Expeditions. Our walk takes in glorious and remote high moorland, gritstone edges, with a spectacular circumnavigation of the Kinder Plateau. Including, the Kinder trig point, Kinder Downfall highest waterfall in the Peak District (which in the right wind direction becomes an 'upward' waterfall), wilderness of the north edges, quiet spaces of the east side and iconic gritstone rock formations of the southern edge. This Open Group challenge is guided by experienced local Mountain Leaders.
08:00 Meet guides and support team at Edale Village car park S33 7ZA
08:30 Start walk
Kinder Scout high moorland circumnavigation
16:30 Appox time finish in Edale village (26km / 16miles)
CELEBRATORY FINISHING SNACK
On return to Edale: Tea, coffee, soft drinks. Soup, roll / veggie option, snacks, fruit.
NOTE - We’ve changed how we operate due to Covid-19 with your health and safety in mind. If you’ve got any questions on the steps we’ve taken, just drop us a message
(Ranger Expeditions is a trading name and our staff are not employed by or affiliated to the National Park Authority ranger service. Activities run by the National Park ranger service will be clearly identified in any event listings)
50% refund on cancellation up to 28 days before the event
What to bring
What to bring
- Drink - Minimum 2 litres
- Food - Picnic lunch and personal snacks sufficient for the day. Eg banana, cereal bars, chocolate
- Warm Clothing - Sufficient to remain warm for a day in the hills
- Waterproofs - Waterproof jacket with hood. And if rain forecast, waterproof overtrousers