Castleton
The Area around Castleton has an abundance of great walks which are suitable for most abilities.  Situated deep in the Hope Valley in Derbyshire, the village is easily accessible. from both sides of the Pennines.  This walk in a circular walk past the world famous caverns and mines, which are open to the public throughout the year.  Blue John, Treakcliff,...
Dovedale
This has got to be one of the most popular picture perfect areas we have ever walked,it is a very easy walk by the River Dove through the Limestone ravine past the famous stepping stones,the caves at Doveholes .Ending in the picturesque village of Milldale before returning.This walk starts and ends in the top field car park at DE6...
This is a nice leisurely walk through the picturesque Manifold Valley following the disused narrow gauge railway track and the river Manifold, which joins the river Dove (see Dovedale) in the village of Ilam.This is a very easy walk with a steep but steady climb to the cave (optional), starting at Hulme End Station  SK17 0EZ. WALKING LEVEL EASY DISTANCE  7 MILES  The walk starts at...
Macc Forrest
Macclesfield Forest and The Standing Stones is a lovely easy walk with a very gradual hill climb winding around an approx 3 mile route, with breathtaking views whatever the weather.This walk starts and ends at the main car park and Ranger Station at SK11 0NE Still Level Easy To Moderate Distance 3 Miles Approx This walk starts and ends at the main car park...
shutlingsloe
This walk is a moderate walk through Macclefield forest then with a steep assent to the top of Shutlingsloe(optional) with gradual hill climbs after.  It is a great round trip with some fantastic views over Cheshire and the Derbyshire hills behind. This walk starts and ends at the car parking area adjacent to The Leathers Smithy Pub SK11 0NE. WALKING LEVEL MODERATE DISTANCE ...