The September issue of Country Walking unlocked 15 secrets of the Peak District.
The national park is Britain's most visited and features a range of landscapes from the gentle limestone slopes of the south to the wild, often bleak and boggy landscape to the north.
Here we have five walks from our routes database for you to enjoy.
They include many of the Peak District's classic features...
Mam Tor, Edale and Kinder Scout
This walk features the impressive Mam Tor ridge, the beautiful Edale valley and the highest point in the Peak District - Kinder Scout. On a clear day views will be aplenty. Click here to download this walk
Situated in the Dark Peak region this walk is bleak, wild, beautiful and dramatic. It takes you from the gentle waters of Ladybower and Derwent reservoirs up to the wilds of Bleaklow. Click here to download this walk
From the popular village of Hathersage head up to the top of the prominent Stanage Edge and enjoy fantastic views into the Hope Valley. Click here to download this walk
They call Shutlingsloe the 'Little Matterhorn' but don't let that put you off climbing it. It looks impressive with its conical shape but is a very manageable climb. The panorama at the top isn't bad either. Click here to download this walk
A chance to enjoy the Peak District's most popular river - the River Dove. Set in the steep valley of Dove Dale, you'll soon see why it's so adored. Click here to download this walk