The Peak District has a huge variety of walking in all sorts of country. For convenience we have divided the walks on the web site into four categories, though in practice these categories overlap to some extent. Click on the icons to open each section.

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High Moorland

Take to the tops of the gritstone country in the north of the Peak. They can be rough going and exposed to the elements, but with fine views.

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Moorland and Valley

These routes take the moorlands and the valleys to give mixed walks with a variety of scenery.

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Cycle/Walking Trails

These are mostly abandoned railway lines which have been converted to walking and cycle trails.

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Limestone Dales

Routes in the Limestone Dales, mainly in the southern Peak. Mostly quite sheltered with lush vegetation.

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Short Walks

A range of short walks in a variety of areas.

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The Pennine Way

The Pennine Way is Britain's first and longest long-distance walk. It starts in Edale and ends up in Kirk Yetholm in Scotland.

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