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Stanage Edge

Hathersage 4.4 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Hathersage
Stanage, the longest gritstone edge in the England is wonderful, with huge expansive views back to Hathersage and the Hope Valley, combine this with fresh air and gusts of wind and you really feel alive up there.
Great walk,fabulous views, from easy (a VERY scenic mile or 2 if you park up near edge) to a long interesting slog up then along the edge- google for map for better idea- also, there;s a totally fantastic cafe, i...

Thornbridge Hall Gardens

Ashford-in-the-Water, UK 4.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Ashford-in-the-Water
... as you amble along giving pleasure to your sense of adventure..with some clever garden ideas to replicate.. plant sales great value if wish to take home a reminder of this stunning place..we certainly did!
... garden and the gardeners work hard to make this a real treat for the visitor.There is a very good plant shop( keenly priced) and the cafe serves really delicious cakes, try the pecan slice or Sicilian Lemon Ch...
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Bretton
There is a gravel path off the main road and a small gravelled area to park on.
Not a lot of water falling on this my first visit but will definitely be going again.

River Wye

Bakewell, UK 3.9 mi away
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Bakewell
The beautiful river Wye as it meanders through the Peak District town of Bakewell providing both a wonderfully picturesque backdrop to both the town and the cricket club et al beyond.
With the good weather and a beautiful river full of wildlife and a few dogs and children this is an amazing walk, which is park of the limestone walk

Longshaw Estate

Peak District National Park, UK 4.4 mi away
#13 of 31 Nature & Parks in Peak District National Park
The whole of the Peak District is a fantastic place to explore if you like walking in the countryside, with a range easy walks, more challenging scrambles and various opportunities for proper rock climbing if that...
Perfect country side and a fantastic day out for all the family take a panic by the river lots of photo opportunities you can take a long walk or short lots of different paths

Treak Cliff Cavern

Castleton 5.1 mi away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Castleton
Fascinating cave with beautiful blue stone arrangements, guided tour is informative and very friendly - the tour was long enough to entertain the whole family without tiring the kids - dogs ae welcome which is an...
Ours was the first tour of the day, and there was only the two of us with tour guide Luke, who was fantastically knowledgeable about the Cavern, it's history and the local geology, and answered all our questions w...
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Ladybower Reservoir

Bamford 5.1 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Bamford
Fab day out at the dams for everyone ideal for perfect walks and see fantastic views of the hills pease and tranquility enjoy your day
... was outstanding, the time of year the colours of the tree's were stunning, the track round the resevoir is mainly tarmac so easy to cycle and walk, plenty of space for all, only a few benches to sit on one side.
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Monsal Trail

Bakewell, UK 5.3 mi away
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Bakewell
I was delighted to find such a hidden delight, and will recommend the trail to friends, and particularly to the parents of my grandchildren who will love cycling through the gorges, passing cliffs and woodlands.
Fantastic well maintained and accessible path, really opens up some of the most beautiful countryside for people of all abilities, with plenty of places to park, rest, eat, drink and relax along the way
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Winnat's Pass

Hope Valley, UK 5.0 mi away
#6 of 14 Nature & Parks in Hope Valley
It’s a stunning gorge in the limestone hills and makes for a spectacular trip whether on foot, cycling or even in your car (shame the driver won’t be able to enjoy the views).
Or you can walk down the road for 10 mins then turn right up the hill, this connects to Mam Tor which is a fabulous hill that offers some of the best views in the Peak District.

Ridge Walk Mam Tor to Losehill

Castleton 5.7 mi away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Castleton
Walking the Mam Tor Great Ridge is a must when visiting the Derbyshire Peak District, it is reasonably easy to get to the trig point via a well maintained path and the views are amazing.
You can park close to Mam Tor and walk the ridge, or go right along this ridge, up and down and across and back, depends on how energetic you are feeling, or walk up from Castleton and back down, or down through E...

Peak Cavern

Castleton 4.4 mi away
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Castleton
The tour guide lady was wonderfully entertaining and kept my interest throughout a great cave with lots to see and lots of interesting facts and geological structures.
I visited Peak Cavern together with Speedwell Cavern as a joint early bird ticket at a very fair price of £15, I was expecting the highlight to be the boat trip through Speedwell but I was equally impressed with P...

Speedwell Cavern

Castleton 4.8 mi away
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Castleton
Visited Speedwell Cavern on 11th August, guide was very knowledgeable and kept everyone interested and entertained with her stories about the history of the cavern, thoroughly enjoyed the visit and tour, highly re...
Our tour guide was Jake and he was wonderful, very knowledgeable and made the tour funny and entertaining, thank you!! We purchased the joint ticket for use at Peak Cavern too but have saved that for another trip,...

Jacob's Ladder

Edale 6.8 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Edale
A great little climb up some stony steps will reward you with some stunning views of the valley below and the mountains surrounding you, including Kinder Scout and its numerous wonderful ridge line rock formations.
... towards kinder downfall, after crossing the sheep fields and through the farmyards and along the foot of the hills we reached the bottom of jacobs ladder which has a lovely foot bridge and stream at the bottom.

Derwent Dam

Peak District National Park, UK 7.7 mi away
#6 of 31 Nature & Parks in Peak District National Park
There is a choice of 3 walks you can do as well as your own, ranging from about a mile to 4 miles, the woods and forest around it are stunning then the dam its self is very impressive and amazing, Carpark is a lit...
It was an uphill trek to the top of the woods with great views down to the Dam then a steady stroll down rewarded with the stunning Derwent Dam with historical information boards.

Kinder Scout

Peak District National Park, UK 8.2 mi away
#2 of 31 Nature & Parks in Peak District National Park
Edale is also the start of the Pennine Way, which takes the walker up Jacobs Ladder and along the western edge of the Kinder plateau from Kinder Low, passing the impressive waterfall of ‘Kinder Downfall’ and views...
Kinder Scout is one of the best vantage points you are ever going to get in the UK...Depending on how easy or difficult you want the hike to the top to be, it is possible, from fairly simple short climbs to a very...

Ladybower Fisheries

Bamford 4.0 mi away
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Bamford
... throughout all the seasons and the fun is finding where there at You have to stop and look at the scenery as on any day it’s beautiful but when a warm day brightens the sky it’s stunning The lads who run the F...
First days fishing of the year Visiting my daaughter in Sheffield from Twickenham Windy and rain difficult casting and positioning but a great days fishing managed to catch 4 fish and a lot of touches Friday 26th...

Over Owler Tor

Hathersage 3.8 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Hathersage
I thoroughly enjoyed my short stay at the Peak District exploring many of the tors and getting back to nature with plenty of hiking.

Bath Gardens

Bakewell, UK 5.8 mi away
#4 of 6 Nature & Parks in Bakewell
This garden is beautifully maintained and set out around a bowling green.
A very well maintained and pretty garden in the middle of bakewell.

Mayfield Alpacas

Sheffield, UK 6.9 mi away
#11 of 41 Nature & Parks in Sheffield
Last time I came, there were just a few alpacas and the odd llama and sheep, now they have all sorts; reindeer, meerkats, Shetland ponies, pigs, a red fox, tarantulas, prairie dogs, degus, the list goes on!
All round amazing place with amazing views and amazing animals, couldn’t recommend this place enough for a fun day out with friends or family

Goyt Valley

Whaley Bridge, UK 8.9 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Whaley Bridge
Goyt Valley must be one of the most beautiful walks in Buxton - we really enjoyed the walk - the views are spectacular and we felt lucky to be retired so we could enjoy this stunning scenery - everyone we met were...
We were glad of the shade in the woodland and Granddad and kids enjoyed sampling the early crop of blackberries and wild raspberries which were plentiful along the route.

Holly Hagg Community farm

Sheffield, UK 9.7 mi away
#1 of 41 Nature & Parks in Sheffield
The team of guides, Claire, were Laura, Jenna and Bill were exceptionally pleasant and very knowledgeable.The Alpacas are very placid and wonderful animals with each having there own individual personality.
Brilliant experience, turned up on site, was welcomed warmly, really educational and learned a lot about the alpacas, once we got accustom to our choose friend “Forest”, we set of on a gentle walk around the area,...

Millhouses Park

Sheffield, UK 8.6 mi away
#10 of 41 Nature & Parks in Sheffield
Millhouse park is fab for dog walkers, footie players, little ones wanting to go on the mini bike / scooter course Picnic areas Fabulous animal free child's play area Boating lake Tennis Boules Table tennis Fab cafe.
Great day out with kids, massive park, there's a river that runs through it, there's a lovely pub with restaurant inside, food delicious reasonable prices, kids welcome too,

Pavilion Gardens

Buxton, UK 9.2 mi away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Buxton
... world with its spacious, well-tended gardens, lovely flowers and shrubs, plenty of seating to have a picnic or sit and enjoy the rousing band performing in the Bandstand at the weekend, and a good family-frien...
Great facilities in terms of cafe, shop restaurants, toilets, ice cream stall etc. Beautiful, well kept gardens with a stream running through it with lovely woodland and flower beds, a great space for picnics.

Lady Cannings Plantation

Sheffield, UK 5.0 mi away
#32 of 41 Nature & Parks in Sheffield

Endcliffe Park

Sheffield, UK 9.6 mi away
#5 of 41 Nature & Parks in Sheffield
Lovely place and a shrine that Tony has devoted his life too, and deservedly rewarded earlier this year by a memorable flying display on behalf of both the Royal Air force and American planes and servicemen.
One of Sheffield’s best loved parks and it’s so easy to see why: the park has everything including a well-equipped soft-surfaced children’s playground, a stream with big stepping stones, a small parkour area, an o...

Ecclesall Woods

Sheffield, UK 9.7 mi away
#3 of 41 Nature & Parks in Sheffield
Well worth a visit for a short or lengthy walk, with a variey of birds, bluebells in season, attractive stream/small river and well-marked paths
We go to these woods every Sunday with our 2 dogs and it's a stunning woods.when the bluebells are out in force it's picture perfect..There are Brooks and streams to little wooden dens being built..The dogs love t...
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Buxton
Great place to visit, we had a very knowledgeable guide,the caves are amazing and are lit really well and with the guides torch you can see a lot, a real gem and well worth a visit
The tour guide made this a very interesting experience, revealing fascinating facts about these vast water-sculpted limestone caverns, & telling stories about the prehistoric cave dwellers, Romans and medieval rob...
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Forge Dam Park

Sheffield, UK 8.1 mi away
#12 of 41 Nature & Parks in Sheffield
A great walk to Forge Dam passing by historical working museums Wheelchair friendly Enjoyed by all ages and runners At Forge dam there is a great cafe with outside seating area Thoroughly recommend as longer or sh...
The cafe in the park is adorable and has an old history, don’t miss its delicious breakfast or sandwiches and ice cream.

The Botanical Gardens

Sheffield, UK 10.1 mi away
#4 of 41 Nature & Parks in Sheffield
Love this place, the Victorian glass houses are amazing, the plants are wonderful what ever time of year you go, with lovely odours of different plants as you pass by, there is also a great coffee shop where you c...
The Botanical Gardens is a lovely place to visit in any season of the year, and especially now with the spring flowers in full bloom as soon as you walk through the gates you feel the peacefulness, The well trimme...

Linacre Reservoir

Chesterfield, UK 9.9 mi away
#3 of 12 Nature & Parks in Chesterfield
This place has a very tranquil, peaceful and relaxing atmosphere ,love it in the countryside and well worth the visit as a family or for Nature lovers plenty of wildlife and photo opportunities
Every weekend our Pug and I enjoy the delights of Linacre Reservoir on our early morning walks, the network of pathways are well marked and the scenery, with great views of Chesterfield only add to the walk.