OUTDOOR WITH THE WOODALLS

PEAK DISTRICT HILL WALKS

The Peak District National Park in Derbyshire is one of Britain's most iconic landscapes – hike over hills, moors and mountains, amble beside idyllic rivers and climb through deep gorges with our guide to the best walks in the Peak District.

SHINING TOR

FANTASTIC 4-5 MILE CIRCULAR WALK, EXPLORING OLD RUINS, RESERVOIR AND THE TRIG POINT 

MAM TOR

THE PEAK DISTRICTS FINEST RIDGE WALK CAN, EASY WALK TO THE TRIG POINT WITH OPTIONS TO EXTEND

SHUTLINGSLOE

FROM MACCLIESFIELD FOREST, EASY WALKING ON GOOD PATHS TO THE SUMMIT.

BLEAKLOW HEAD

 5-6 MILE WALK EXPLORING OLD PLANE CRASH WRECK, MOORLAND WALKING

THE ROACHES

3-4 MILE WALK, FANTASTIC FOR ROCK CLIMBING, VERY BUSY AT WEEKENDS

HIGH NAB-STANAGE

3-4 MILE WALK FROM LADY BOWER RESERVOIR, AMAZING VIEWS AND EASY WALKING