Saturday 17 March 2018
Hidden Past of the Upper Derwent
On this 10 mile walk we’ll get off the beaten track discovering lost farms, fascinating stories and hidden paths in the deep moorland cloughs and dark forests. Dogs welcome.
Start: Please arrive before 10am for a 10am start. Finish: 4pm
Meeting Point: Fairholmes Visitor Centre, Derwent Lane, Bamford.
Grid Reference: SK172 893 Postcode: S33 0AQ
Cost: £6 per person aged 18 and above. Children aged 17 and below go free on any suitable event.
Saturday 17 March 2018
Put a Spring in your Step
Welcome in springtime with an exhilarating six mile exploration of the Stanage and Hathersage area, along the lesser used pathways of this beautiful part of the Peak District National Park. Sorry, Assistance Dogs only.
Start: 11am Finish: 3.30pm
Meeting Point: Hollin Bank Car Park, on the minor road below Stanage Edge.
Grid Reference: SK236 839 Postcode: S32 1BR
Cost: £6 per person aged 18 and above. Children aged 17 and below go free on any suitable event. Pay Display Car Park available.
Sunday 18 March 2018
Advanced Navigation Training – Grindleford
Come and join the National Park Rangers on this six mile trek and learn all aspects of navigation like using a map and compass, including resections and walking on a bearing. These outdoor skills are vital for anyone keen to explore more of the countryside where weather conditions can change or well-trodden routes are limited. Please bring White Peak and Dark Peak Ordnance Survey maps and a compass. The route includes tracks and paths with some uneven ground and steeper sections. Sorry, Assistance dogs only.
Start: 11.00am Finish: 4.30pm
Meeting Point: Grindleford Railway Station.
Grid Reference: SK251 788 Postcode: S32 2JA
Cost: £8 per person aged 18 and above. Children aged 17 and below go free on any suitable event. Parking is available on the station approach road.
Sunday 25th March 2018
The Hidden Secrets of Monsal Dale
Take in the stunning views on this five and half mile walk from Monsal Head and into Monsal Dale, seeking out the hidden history of this fascinating and popular area of the National Park. The route includes a steep descent/ascent, riverside routes and steps. Dogs welcome.
Start: 10.30 am Finish: 3.30 pm
Meeting Point: Monsal Head, outside the hotel. On the B6465, 2 kms North of Ashford in the Water.
Grid Reference: SK185715 Post Code: DE45 1NL
Cost: £6 per person aged 18 and above. Children aged 17 and below go free but still need to book a place. : Pay and Display car parking available.
Thursday 29 March 2018
Dambuilders of The Upper Derwent
Suitable for all, this three-mile relaxed walk back into history will discover the fascinating story of Tin Town on the beautiful shore of Derwent Reservoir – including how the people who lived in this fascinating ghost village built the now famous dams 100 years ago. Frequent standing stops to take in key locations and information from your guide. Route can be amended to accommodate those with additional access needs, please contact us. Dogs welcome.
Start: 10.15am Finish: 14.15pm
Meeting Point: Fairholmes Visitor Centre.
Grid Reference: SK172 893 Post Code: S33 0AQ
Cost: £4 per person aged 18 and above. Children aged 17 and below go free on any suitable event. Pay & Display car parking available.