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The 20 circular walks range from 3½ to 6½ miles and explore the natural beauty of the Peak District. They include walks near Castleton and the Norman Peveril Castle; Hathersage, most famous for its association with Charlotte Bronte, and Monsal Head where the café overlooks one of the most photographed vales in the Peak District.

Other routes include delightful stretches along disused railways, the Monsal Trail near Bakewell, and the impressive hall at Lyme Park which became Mr Darcy's 'Pemberley' in the the BBC's television adaption of Pride and Prejudice.

The Peak District has a wonderful selection of cafes, whether they are a converted coach house, a former smithy, or traditional tea rooms.  Refreshment is never far away on the these walks in our Peak District Teashop Walks.

A5 (softcover) 96 pages

Author: Charles Wildgoose

ISBN 9781853067754