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Peak District Weekends

In August every year, we have two longer walks on consecutive days in the Peak District to give members the opportunity of taking a weekend break there and to avoid excessive travel.  Here is a map of those walks and others we have done in recent years.

And here are some images of the 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2014 walks.  A list of walks in previous years can be found at the bottom.

2019 - Bradwell and Eldon Hill

2019 - Castleton, Mam Tor, Lose Hill and Hope

2018 - Monyash, Deep Dale, Taddington, Chelmorton and Flagg

2018 - High Peak Trail, Minninglow Hill, Roystone Grange, Long Dale and Gratton Dale

2017 - Hartington and the Dove Valley

2017 - Birchover and Robin Hood's Stride

2016 - Calver, Coombs Dale and Longstone Edge

2016 - Youlgreave, Lathkill Dale, Monyash and Bradford Dale

2015 -  Eyam Moor and Lead Miners Trail

 2014 - Fairholmes, Woodlands Valley and Alport Castles

2014 - Mam Tor, Lose Hill, Hope, Castleton and Cavedale

Macclesfield Forest, Shutlingsloe, Wildboarclough, Gritstone Trail and Teggs Nose
Western gritstone edges - Gradbach, Hanging Stone, Lud's Church, The Roaches and Hen Cloud


Goyt Valley and Shining Tor
Wye Valley, Chee Dale, Miller's Dale to Monsal Head, Priestcliffe Ditch and Blackwell

Dovedale, Alstonfield, Wetton, Manifold, Hamps, Ilam Country Park
Longnor, Hollingsclough, Chrome Hill, Upper Dove Valley, Earl Sterdale & Buxton quarries

Derwent Edges and Ladybower from Fairholmes
Fox House, Stanage Edge, Carl Wark and Longshaw Estate