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Walking Trails

Some of the best walking trails and walking routes in the Peak District and Derbyshire.

Great Walks in the Peak District & Derbyshire

Get out in the fresh air for an adventure with the family in the Peak District and Derbyshire and discover a huge variety of walking routes and walking trails to enjoy and explore

Whether you're looking for easy walks or longer hikes, the Peak District and Derbyshire is the perfect place to discover some of the finest walks in the UK. Did you know, the Peak District village of Edale was recently voted the most popular place in the country to start a walk!

On this page you'll find everything from circular walking routes in the Peak District to challenging hikes through dramatic Derbyshire countryside, and everything inbetween.

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Bakewell to Chatsworth Walk

An interesting 6 or 8 mile walk through woods and fields to visit Chatsworth House in its setting beside the River Derwent

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Belper Heritage Walk

Learn more about this industrial community and how it has changed in the past 200 years.

VPDD Main Manifold Track

Manifold Way

A favourite for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

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Tissington Trail

A popular Peak District route running for 13 miles from Ashbourne to Parsley Hay where it is joined by High Peak Junction

VPDD - Main - Staunton Harold Reservoir

Calke to Staunton Harold trail

Enjoy a leisurely walk from Calke Abbey to Staunton Harold, with views over the reservoir, arable fields and woodland.

Hardwick Hall

The Phoenix Greenways

Whether you come for the day, a weekend or a longer stay, there is plenty for the family to do, visit and explore. A network of traffic free walking…

Sutton Scarsdale Hall

Bolsover Castle to Sutton Scarsdale Hall

This countryside walk starts and ends in the market town of Bolsover and links together two historically significant buildings, Bolsover Castle and…

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Derby Heritage Walk

Discover the southern gateway to the Derwent Valley Milld World Heritage Site.

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