We would love to share our favourtie walks and local knowledge with you. Peak District Guided Walks
Whether you want a full day in the hills or a gentle stroll, we have a great selection of walks for you. Walks can be from a 6 mile circular to a 25 mile day challenge trek. If there is nothing that meets your needs then we will create a bespoke walk especially for you. Each walk costs £40 per person per day.
Treat yourself to one of our Peak District Guided Walks.
Discover the Peak District
Discover the Peak District with Local Guide who will share their knowledge about the geology history and wildlife of the area.
With our Peak District Guided Walks you are guaranteed a fantastic day outdoors, stretch your legs, enjoy the fresh air and take in some fantastic views. Getting out walking in the fresh air reduces stress, lowers your chance of a stroke or heart attack and reduces stress.
There is nothing like a walk in the Peak District to clear your mind and invigorate your soul. Angela and Bev are true Derbyshire lasses who can’t wait to share their love for the Peak District with you. A six-hour hill walk, at two miles an hour, can burn up to 1,400 calories.
The walks below are some of the most popular walks but we also offer challenge walks, trek training walks as well as walks in other mountainous regions of the UK.
Hathersage & Stanage
The walk begins in Hathersage a pretty village with associations to Robin hood – Little John is buried in the church yard.
Parkhouse hill and Chrome hill are known as the ‘Dragons back’ these huge chunks of limestone are coral reefs.
Win Hill from Castleton via Hope – This is a route steeped in history, and has stunning views across the valley.
A walk that commands stunning views across the Peak District in all directions, with the chance to glimpse red deer.
Monsal Dale home to the River Wye, we start the walk at ‘Ashford in the water’ a beautiful Derbyshire village
Famous for its limestone stepping stones and tranquil river Dove, that meanders below ‘Thorpe Cloud’.
Roaches and luds church
The Roaches are on the Western edge of the Peak district often over looked by walkers.
Belper & the chevin
This is a walk steeped in the history of the Derwent valley, starting in Belper you will see the old Mill and cottages of Long row .
The GreAt ridge
Whenever we think of panoramic views I think of this walk this is a walk over and beyond the Peak District’s most fascinating hill – Mam Tor.
Hire a Private Mountain Guide for a day, weekend or week. We will tailor the day/s to meet your needs/