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#1 of 10 things to do 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...

Ridge Walk Mam Tor to Losehill

Castleton 6.5 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Castleton
Walks for all abilities - simply from the NT car park up to the top of Mam Tor peak to take in the views or to carry on and follow the ridge all along and descend into Castletown for a walk around.
You can then follow the path and walk all the way past Blue John Cavern and up Mam Tor and all the way along the ridge to Lose Hill then down and follow the river back into Castleton about 9 miles round trip.

Treak Cliff Cavern

Castleton 5.9 mi away
#3 of 16 things to do in Castleton
The whole experience was delightful the young girl that conducted the tour was lovely,very knowledgable and gave everybody time to take photos and get their breath after a few steep climbs .
Our guide, Lorna was very personable snd friendly, quickly adjusting to my groups sense of humour and the result was a laid back yet informative tour.
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Ladybower Reservoir

Bamford 3.3 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Bamford
Excellent walks with amazing views after a climb out of the valley and then back down to Derwent and Ladybower to walk back to the car park.
Great set-up to do a 16km mainly road trip round two of the reservoirs with perfect picnic spot half way round at a pretty stream with stepping stones.
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Mam Tor

Hope 4.0 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Hope
Enjoyed an early morning walk up to the top of Mam Tor....clear blue skies and sunshine....a great walk with fantastic views at the top....The English countryside at its best..….
... from the top are great we spent a few hours walking along and thoroughly enjoyed it,parking was easy lots of spaces even though it was busy highly recommend as a day out with the kids to have a picnic at the top.
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Monsal Trail

Bakewell, UK 7.5 mi away
#1 of 24 things to do in Bakewell
The true brilliance of this trail is the ability to combine it with so many different footpaths to take in some incredible valleys, remote hill tops and pretty villages / towns for interest and refreshments.
The view is fantastic the waterfalls and the by dock is a must see for photography great picnic and the pub near the parking lot reasonable enough for a pint of beer while enjoying the view!
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Derwent Dam

Peak District National Park, UK 6.3 mi away
#7 of 95 things to do in Peak District National Park
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.
Excellent walks with amazing views after a climb out of the valley and then back down to Derwent and Ladybower to walk back to the car park.

Longshaw Estate

Peak District National Park, UK 2.4 mi away
#17 of 95 things to do in Peak District National Park
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
It is National Trust land which comprises woodland walks and the opportunity to walk across managed grassland with grazing sheep surrounded by a panoramic view of upland moors.

The Botanical Gardens

Sheffield, UK 7.2 mi away
#7 of 164 things to do in Sheffield
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...
The Botanical gardens are one of Sheffield's absolute delights with an air of calm tranquillity in a busy city, but when the Rotary Clubs of Sheffield and South Yorkshire organise their music nights it just gets b...

Holly Hagg Community farm

Sheffield, UK 6.7 mi away
#1 of 164 things to do 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.
Everyone on the trek had a wonderful time, the volunteers are super friendly and the alpaca gang are fantastic, I only wish we could have taken one home with us! Well worth a visit!!

Weston Park

Sheffield, UK 7.7 mi away
#9 of 164 things to do in Sheffield
On the upper floor, there’s a large, very clean and pleasant picnic area with a water fountain – another feature that goes some way to encouraging children and families to visit.
He also wrote down everyone's names in Runic symbols after the talk and gave out an excellent sheet that he had authored with loads of facts and the runic 'alphabet' on.
#1 of 7 things to do in Eyam
At 10 am we were the first in to explore the details of the plaque & the men of the village who gave there lives in the Great War A great welcome & the exhibits were well presented & a small shop to conclude the v...
Pre history, mining history, shoe making and the first world war are all covered in detail making it an incredible source of knowledge and all for £3 entry!

Endcliffe Park

Sheffield, UK 6.7 mi away
#8 of 164 things to do 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...

Millhouses Park

Sheffield, UK 6.1 mi away
#24 of 164 things to do 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.
Lovely for a stroll but fantastic for kids of all ages as lots to do and a superb cafe which serves restaurant food!
#2 of 7 things to do in Eyam
I would recommend that this is the only way to learn and see so much of this Church and churchyard otherwise you may miss some of the facts and interesting features like the sundial and the story of the two Rector...
The history of the bravery and sacrifice of the village, protecting the surrounding villages from the plague, is preserved in the beautiful windows.

Rivelin Valley Nature Trail

Sheffield, UK 7.4 mi away
#3 of 164 things to do in Sheffield
What a beautiful place, we spent a few hours exploring and walking from the car park at S6 6GF to the cafe, a good long walk, stepping stones and waterfalls along the way, go prepared for whatever weather there ma...
This is just local to us so we are very lucky to have such a lovely place so near well worth the visit beautiful walks around the Valley there is a children's playground and a cafe

Bike Garage

Bamford 1.7 mi away
#3 of 10 things to do in Bamford
Fantastic service, great bikes and good local routes.
We contacted @ bike garage as we wanted to hire full suspension bikes to take part in the BHF Peak District MTB challenge.

Peak Cavern

Castleton 5.1 mi away
#6 of 16 things to do in Castleton
Had a wonderful visit to Peak Cavern, a Short walk from the village to the cavern and a very impressive sight as you arrive, tour and rope making demonstration really informative by very knowledgeable friendly staff.
Well worth a visit within easy walking distance in Castleton, great rope making demonstration and I got to keep the length of rope I helped make, the guide we had was brilliant she really made the visit interestin...

Castleton Walk

Castleton 4.6 mi away
#4 of 16 things to do in Castleton
We walked from Hope to Castleton- a beautiful village to walk round- some amazing views- lots to explore- good pubs- a great pace.
Beautifully situated at the head of the Hope Valley, with the 1696ft 'shivering mountain' Mam Tor and great ridge guarding the village.
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Peveril Castle

Castleton 5.0 mi away
#8 of 16 things to do in Castleton
Be prepared for the uphill walk to the entrance and the castle but when you get there it's well worth the effort, the panoramic views are outstanding and when you're done there's loads to see in the town below, th...
Well worth a visit, a bit of a climb to reach the castle but well worth it when you reach the top.

Blue John Cavern

Castleton 6.2 mi away
#5 of 16 things to do in Castleton
Perfect place to visit, particularly on a very rainy day in Derbyshire!! Helpful and informative guide, to steer us through the mine, and back out again!! Will be back, if only for the beautiful blue John jeweller...
Very knowledgeable and patient Chris guided a small group of us through these fantastic caves and we were amazed by the sights.

Forge Dam Park

Sheffield, UK 5.1 mi away
#35 of 164 things to do 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...
Great place for all the generations- young children to elderly- lovely cafe, play area.

Speedwell Cavern

Castleton 5.7 mi away
#7 of 16 things to do in Castleton
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,...
Really good day out, our tour guide was elliot and he was great with the group, he had a great sense of humour while doing the tour and was very knowledgeable and able to answer any questions we had, highly recomm...
#4 of 7 things to do in Eyam