Visiting remains of a destroyed Catholic chapel this 4.5 mile walk takes in the spectacular Stanage Edge and the often overlooked Cattis-Side and Carhead Rocks with stunning Hiope Valley views
A scenic walk from the border of the white and dark peak areas, passing old lead mines, dropping down to the edge of Peak Forest, returning beside Eldon Hill with views of Mam Tor, Lose Hill, and Stanage Edge on the horizon. A straightforward walk but with two high stiles to negotiate.
Beginning just outside the quiet residential hamlet of Shatton, this walk to the site of Robin Hood’s Cross climbs above the village of Bradwell, to Bradwell Edge with views of the Hope Valley before returning over Shatton Moor.
Beginning from Moscar Cross, this Dale Dike walk heads over the low moorland of Ughill before dropping to the reservoir. An easy-to-follow path heads anti-clockwise around the reservoir. Our route then climbs back up the moor by Lee Bank to Sugworth Edge and the curious tower of Boot’s Folly. A path behind Sugworth Hall and Lodge Moor takes us back to the start.
A 7-mile walk through Limb Valley to Houndkirk Road with views over Sheffield, returning along the edge of the ancient Ecclesall Woods.
A pleasant 6.5-mile Hathersage walk along the River Derwent to the hamlet of Shatton, then climbing Offerton Moor. Returning via Leadmill Bridge this walk involves one strenuous climb, the remainder of the walk being fairly level.
This Redmires reservoir walk around a mixture of pastoral farmland and the three Redmires reservoirs begins at Lodge Moor on the outskirts of Sheffield before heading out to skirt the three reservoirs before diverting alongside
An undulating walk with classic views from the popular Stanage Edge before leaving the popular honeypot and taking in the less travelled Carhead Rocks, overlooking Brookfield Manor (‘Vale Hall’ in Jane Eyre), crossing Mitchell Field and climbing towards Callow Bank before diverting over Higger Tor to return to Burbage Bridge
A climb above Ashopton & the Upper Derwent Valley views of Ladybower reservoir before dropping down to Cutthroat Bridge and through the Ladybower Wood nature reserve
A steady, easy-going walk with a moderate climb near the start and two steep steps to negotiate; beginning at the popular village of Hathersage and heading out to Brontë Cottage and North Lees before returning to the village church and the site of Little John’s Grave in Hathersage.