Peak District Walking Holidays
The Peak District offers some of the best walking trails England has to offer. From gentle riverside strolls in the limestone dales to spectacular ridge walks in the more rugged north, the Peak District has something for everyone.
All tours are self led which allows you to travel at your own pace & stop when you wish.
You can chose to have your luggage transferred for you or if you prefer to reduce the cost you can bring a backpack along, travel light & carry your things with you.
If you would prefer a longer or shorter tour please contact us and we will be happy to accommodate your requirements.
All tours depart on any day of the week subject to accommodation availability.
All prices are per person based on two people sharing either a twin or double room. If you would like to book a single supplement please state this on the booking form & we will contact you to discuss prices & availability.
There are five different tours to choose from or you can call us on 01457 851462 or 07961 052 590 if you would like an alternative tour arranging.
This superb route is characterised by ancient limestone villages, green fields & rolling dales. You will appreciate the forces of nature as you pass through a number of spectacular gorges created by a series of successive ice ages. Your extra night at Bakewell allows time for the worthwhile walk through the Haddon Estate to the opulent surroundings of Chatsworth House, with a chance to visit the famous house & gardens.
Based in the unspoilt village of Hartington this gentle tour visits some of the White Peak's most perfect villages set amongst magnificent scenery. Travelling alongside the River Manifold you will criss-cross open green fields to the village of Longnor, where the TV series ‘Peak Practice’ was filmed. Following the River Dove southwards you will pass through the stunning gorge at Wolfcotes Dale to arrive at the pretty hamlet at Milldale. You will climb to Alstonefield which makes a great place to stop for lunch before returning to Hartington via a quiet trail with a number of spectacular views. Hartington has a number of excellent B&B’s and two great country pubs.
Rivers & Ridges
The historic village of Hathersage is surrounded by spectacular ridges and tors such as Higger Tor and the Iron Age fort at Carl Wark. Charlotte Bronte stayed at Hathersage vicarage in 1845, and the village itself appears as ‘Morton’ in her novel Jane Eyre. You will pass through North Lees Hall, built by Robert Eyre & walk along the most famous ridge in the Peak District at Stanage Edge. Another fine walk through the Longshaw Estate and along a series of ridges takes you to the river Derwent which has a number of attractive villages each with its own country pub.
High Peak Rambler
This spectacular tour provides immense variety as you pass through some of the Peak Districts most dramatic scenery. A number of stunning ridge walks takes you through the Longshaw estate to the Chatsworth estate & onto Bakewell. The walk from Monsal Head through the limestone gorges of the Wye valley offers a distinct contrast to the rugged crags around Hathersage. Passing through Tideswell to the infamous village of Eyam provides further stunning views before venturing over to Castleton. Further ridge walks above the Hope & Edale valleys provide fantastic vistas before completing this memorable tour.
One Foot in the Dales
Departing from the attractive spa town of Buxton you will venture south into the White Peak. Crossing the county boundary line into Staffordshire you will stay in Longnor, the location for the TV series ‘Peak Practice'. Visit pretty Hartington before passing some of Derbyshire's most attractive Dales to arrive at spectacular Dovedale. Join the Limestone Way through Tissington, famous for the ancient tradition of well dressing. Visit the neolithic Nine Ladies stone circle before dropping down to the Derwent Valley & on through Chatsworth. Pass through ‘Cathedral of the Peak’ Tideswell before re-joining the Limestone Way through the Derbyshire Dales nature reserve & back to Buxton.
Pride & Prejudice Country
This easy tour takes you to some of the grandest manor houses in the country. Your walk through the Chatsworth Estate offers superb scenery & Chatsworth House is unrivalled as a showcase for art masterpieces & treasures. Your base at Bakewell, known for its delicious tart (or pudding as it is known locally) is an ideal place to stay to visit not only Chatsworth but also Haddon Hall - said to be the finest example of a medieval manor house in England.