Walks

Mam Tor

Mam Tor is a 1696 ft hill near Castleton in High Peak. It is one of the most spectacular places in the Peak District, with great views and walks. The hill has a late Bronze Age and early Iron Age univallate hill fort, and two Bronze Age bowl barrows. At the base of the Tor …

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Buxton Walk

This is a walk that starts and finishes in the Buxton Pavilion Gardens. It goes to Solomon’s Tower (on Grin Low) where there are spectacular views, then via the wooded Country Park to Poole’s Cavern, then returns via a walk along the River Wye. It passes a number of magnificent Victorian and Georgian buildings in …

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Upperdale Walk

This is a favourite walk. It can be varied and reversed depending on your wishes. The first part of the route doesn’t use the Mondal Trial, but the pathways over-the-top of the hills that Litton and Cressbrook Tunnels go through. The views from the top are amazing, but the paths are steep in places and …

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Cressbrook Tideswell Walk

This walk starts and finishes at Litton Mill and it takes some stunning scenery along the River Wye, Cressbrook Mill, Cressbrook Dale and Tansley Dale, the villages of Litton and Tideswell, and returns to Litton Mill via Tideswell Dale and below Ravenstor. It should take around 4 hours – but can be modified to be …

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