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Peak Mountaineering

Castleton 1.3 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Castleton
Excellent location suggested by Paul, perfect for the group, and a great instructor in Nigel who managed to make the instruction highly entertaining whilst at all times we knew we were in extremely safe and knowle...
Rjukan is an amazing place to climb, Paul and Peakmountaineering are an amazing company, put the two together and you get a fantastic experience, Paul and Nigel provided informative tuition in and easy going and f...

Pure Outdoor Ltd.

Bamford 2.2 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Bamford
Fantastic weekend of climbing led by Gavin, Ben and Stuart!! Knowledgable guides that made the weekend challenging, informative and, most importantly, fun! Plently of time for climbing but we also packed in some w...
All in all a fantastic weekend, one I would highly recommend to newish climbers looking to learn ropes skills and try outdoor climbing on some brilliant rock faces in the Peak District.
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#2 of 6 things to do in Hope
Set in the Edale Valley it is surrounded by beautiful countryside and at about a half hour drive from Sheffield it is very convenient.
Our spa services were very private; they seem to schedule those coming for spa services so that each small group has the spa (including outdoor hot tub, small indoor pool, sauna and steam room) all to themselves.
#3 of 6 things to do in Hope
I found a terrific circle walk on the internet featuring Higger Tor, Carl Wark hill fort, Burbage Broom, the National Trust Longshaw Estate, and Padley Gorge.
There is so much to look at here, amazing views from every direction, huge rocks jutting up out of the ground, random millstones, heather, ferns, and on the way back (or if you exit the car park on foot from the f...

Stanage Edge

Hathersage 4.6 mi away
#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 2.7 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Castleton
It was perfect as a snapshot of the dramatic scenery that the Peak District has to offer, and you can spoil yourself afterwards in one of the many great pubs or cafes to be found in Castleton.
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.

Kinder Scout

Peak District National Park, UK 4.6 mi away
#2 of 95 things to do 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...

Treak Cliff Cavern

Castleton 2.2 mi away
#3 of 16 things to do in Castleton
... and very friendly - the tour was long enough to entertain the whole family without tiring the kids - dogs ae welcome which is an extra bonus for us and the gift shop has varied and reasonably priced items.
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 .
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Goyt Valley

Whaley Bridge, UK 7.3 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Whaley Bridge
What a lovely part of Britain just outside Buxton a truly unspoilt area well worth a visit for walkers and drivers alike ... lovely
Travelling by car through the Goyt Valley, irrespective of the westher and time of year presents an experience of beauty and stunning scenery that one would expect from the Peak District National Park.

Ladybower Reservoir

Bamford 2.3 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Bamford
On a nice sunny day Ladybower reservoir is haven for nature lovers.. Plenty of areas where you can walk/cycle around this area and can stretch your walk along the banks of the reservoir to the 2 other reservoirs D...
There are two pubs situated at either end of the reservoir,both of which are exceptionally welcoming and the homemade food at both is delicious and much needed after a good hill climb!
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#6 of 164 things to do in Sheffield
we love it here and live in the area so the milk is fresh and tasty, the ice creams are to die for, we always take big tubs home, wild cherry cheesecake is my fave, kids love panna cotta, lovely views, play area,...
It's well tucked away at Dungworth, but if you're into ice cream and cows it's well worth the trip, especially as you can continue another mile or two to Dam Flask and Bradfield Village, up the hill from there is...

Derwent Dam

Peak District National Park, UK 3.9 mi away
#7 of 95 things to do in Peak District National Park
and the planes still fly over, we were there in an afternoon and a helicopter, either hurricane or spitfire and military jet all flew through and over the dam, it is lovely to walk around and so peaceful in betwee...
Our visit was to the area around the dam - we went on a long walk which gave us incredible views of the dam - incredible views - well worth a visit

Thornbridge Hall Gardens

Ashford-in-the-Water, UK 8.0 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Ashford-in-the-Water
... 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 Cheesecake all served by friendly, charming staff.Just a note i...
The modern knot garden was an exciting blend of colours and textures and I am determined to copy some of their ideas and plant some ornamental grasses in my own garden.

Longshaw Estate

Peak District National Park, UK 6.2 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 Church Inn

Chelmorton, UK 9.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Chelmorton
we stayed at a cottage belonging to this fab pub, couldnt fault any of it, the cottage was amazing and had everything you could wish for, the pub had a lovely atmosphere, great bar staff and friendly locals and th...
What a great pub great staff and food beer is always great and a good choice you better book as it can be very busy menu is extensive with a good selection of specials warm.welcome and good food to be had they des...

River Wye

Bakewell, UK 7.5 mi away
#4 of 24 things to do in Bakewell
The river makes for a picturesque setting for the cricket field adjoining the town centre and provides many an elegant rest or picnic stop along it's path to boot.
Lovely scenery] nice sunny day lots of wild life, ducks, swans on the side love lock bridge nice view beautiful clean clear water
#3 of 7 things to do in Eyam
After our picnic we joined a free National Trust Guided Tour which was excellent (separate review) I would highly recommend a visit to Eyam.
We also sat up at the children's park, having a picnic , taking in the stunning view, well worth a visit, even more so on a sunny day.

Castleton Walk

Castleton 0.8 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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Blue John Cavern

Castleton 2.4 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.

Peak Cavern

Castleton 1.5 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...

Peveril Castle

Castleton 1.4 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...
... little 11th century fortification, Peveril castle although now in ruins is still an impressive landmark towering over the village offering good walks and historic rhetoric to any walkers who make the journey.

Speedwell Cavern

Castleton 2.0 mi away
#7 of 16 things to do in Castleton
Fantastic trip - Ben a brilliant guide- informative relaxed and funny- certainly put you at your ease - boat trip was great - loved the cavern and the additional detail the guide shared with us - very knowledgable...
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,...

Bamford Edge

Hope Valley, UK 2.2 mi away
#24 of 38 things to do in Hope Valley