A guide to our carer-assisted walks and places of interest – The Peak District

The Peak District National Park offers a great range of walking and visitor experiences amongst beautiful scenery and picturesque towns and villages. Relatively easy walking can be enjoyed in the Edale and Goyt valleys or around the beautiful villages of Castleton or the historic market town of Bakewell, all of which can be combined with a pleasant place to stop for refreshments. For the more adventurous there are a wealth of walking opportunities, offering views of the beautiful landscape, that can be chosen according to your abilities. Walks on Mam Tor, Rushup Edge or from the village of Hayfield below Kinder Scout, offer some of the most spectacular views in the Peak District. There are dismantled railway lines, that have now been converted into flat, level walking paths, such as the Monsal Trail and in the Goyt Valley, which provide access for easy walking and wheelchair users to enjoy the scenic views of the Peak District.

Looking towards Mam Tor from Rushup Edge

Looking towards Mam Tor from Rushup Edge

The River Wye, Bakewell

The River Wye, Bakewell

View from the dismantled railway, Goyt Valley

View from the dismantled railway, Goyt Valley

Kinder Scout and Kinder Reservoir

Kinder Scout and Kinder Reservoir

 

 


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