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Route 1: The Roaches, Peak District
This long escarpment in the Staffordshire Moorlands is a wonderful gritstone playground. And there’s a dark ravine to explore too...
Route 2: Alport CastlesThe Dragon’s Back Ridge, Peak District
The magical Dark Peak winter landscape gives a lifetime of memories on this high moorland walk.
Route 3: Goyt Valley Horseshoe, Peak District
Take the gin track and some rough moorland above Goyt Valley to enjoy a visit to the UK’s highest whisky distillery.
Route 4: Derwent Edge, Peak District
One of the best mini-mountain ridgelines in the UK beckons above the Severn Valley on a linear route from railway station to railway station.
Route 5: The Three Dales, Peak District
Follow this route and you’ll be climbing the highest peaks in Wales outside of the national parks.
Route 6: Shutlingsloe, Peak District
Try this less common route through the trees to the top of one of the Peak District’s finest, pointiest mini-mountains.
Routes 7, 8 & 9: Ultimate Weekend – The Limestone Way, Peak District
Is the Limestone Way the Peak District’s perfect long-weekend-sized long distance path? This route explores and tweaks it a little!
Routes 10, 11 & 12: Ultimate Weekend – The White Peak, Peak District
Searching out the limestone crags and dales of the White Peak rewards you with a stunning walking experience.