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#2 of 2 Outdoor Activities 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.
If you haven't been to Castleton in the Peak District then it is a must for you.. Mam Tor offers great views and a very easy to follow walking route down from Castleton, up to the summit of Mam Tor and then across...
#1 of 2 Outdoor Activities 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.
... head up and north from Edale up to the top of Ringing Roger on a good path, then swing west along the edge of the plateau with great views all the way, and then turn south and down to the top of Jacob's Ladder.

Longshaw Estate

Peak District National Park, UK 3.9 mi away
#11 of 35 Outdoor Activities 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

Kinder Scout

Peak District National Park, UK 6.9 mi away
#7 of 35 Outdoor Activities in Peak District National Park
It’s trig point is a few minutes walk north of ‘Pym Chair’ In low cloud, traversing the peat groughs of the plateau carries its own dangers and good navigation with map and compass is essential, as some of the dee...
Followed a route from the ViewRanger app (Edale to Kinder Downfall to Jacobs Ladder to Edale = 14.2km), starting in Edale and going all around the Kinder Scout Trail, Pennine Way, back down Jacobs Ladder and back...

Monsal Trail

Bakewell 8.2 mi away
#2 of 5 Outdoor Activities 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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Goyt Valley

Whaley Bridge, UK 9.4 mi away
#1 of 2 Outdoor Activities 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.

Sheffield Round Walk

Sheffield, UK 7.6 mi away
#4 of 34 Outdoor Activities in Sheffield
... – and arriving at midday, I would either take a walk down the Limb Brook to Whirlow and explore the Whinfell Quarry Garden or take the route down the Porter Brook to Endcliffe Park, depending on the weather.
One of the best walks in Sheffield, with lots of nature to see and a couple of cafes along the way.