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Local Walks In Derbyshire

Looking for a walk in your local area? You’ll find details of our forthcoming walks on this page as well as a link to the last 12 months' programme so you can see what you've missed!

Non-members are welcome to ’try us out’ on a couple of day walks before deciding to join, but we ask you to check with the leader first. Click on the leader’s name to send an email. Where no email address is given use the contact form and we will put you in touch.

You can see the programme for the last 12 months by clicking on the link below, or use the menu on the left to see what else we have to offer:

Where a walk involves public transport it is advisable to check the train or bus times beforehand. A packed lunch will be needed unless stated otherwise.

Saturday 11 JulyBAKEWELL AND WELL DRESSINGSLeader: Debbie
An 11 mile easy walk from the main car park in Bakewell for a 10:30 start going through Over Haddon, Ashford in the Water and visiting the well dressings in Little & Great Longstone.
Saturday 18 JulyNORTH OF HARTINGTONLeader: Paul
Postponed. A 13 mile walk moderate around the limestone countryside to the north of Hartington, going via Pilsbury Castle and High Wheeldon, returning by Longnor and the Manifold trial. Meet 10:15 for a 10:30 start by the duck pond in the centre of Hartington. P&D car park and roadside parking available in the village.
Saturday 25 JulyLOW BRADFIELDLeader: Alison
New event. A 10 mile easy to moderate walk via reservoirs & moorland, calling in at the ‘Our Cow Molly’ ice cream parlour. Starting point, Low Bradfield next to the cricket ground, by the Postcard café. On road parking or small car park behind the cricket ground. Meet 10:15 for a 10:30 start.
Saturday 1 AugustHAYFIELDLeader: Sonia
Walking from Bowden Bridge car park, Hayfield (free parking by the side of the road), just up the road and opposite to the camp site (SK22 2LE, GR 048869). Route goes from Hayfield up William's Clough, along the edge of Kinder on the Pennine Way via Kinder Downfall, and back down to Hayfield. Steep climb up to the top of Kinder. Tea at Rosie Lee's afterwards. Meet 10.15 for a 10.30 prompt start. Approx. 8 miles moderate.
Saturday 8 AugustCASTLETONLeader: Debbie
Meet at Castleton car park for a 10:30 start. Walking through Cave Dale to Sparrowpit then via the No Car Café back to Castleton. 10 miles moderate.
Saturday 22 AugustBRADWELL AND ABNEY MOORLeader: Paul
Meet at Castleton village car park 10:15 for a 10:30 start. The walk is a 14 mile moderate walk from Castleton going via Bradwell and Abney Moor, returning via Little Hucklow and the Limestone Way.
Saturday 5 SeptemberLIMESTONE WAYLeader: Marie
A walk along the Limestone Way from Bonsall, taking in Winster, Darley Bridge and Matlock. Moderate walk approx. 11 miles.  Could be muddy in parts! Meet at Bonsall village, by the monument adjacent the café, opposite the playground GR 281 582 – park on the street or up the side road for 10.30am prompt start.
Saturday 12 SeptemberKINDER NORTHERN EDGELeader: Julian
Meet at the Birchen Clough layby on the A57 just north of the Snake Inn approx. grid ref SK109915 10:15 for a 10:30 prompt start. Going down the Ashop Valley before climbing onto the northern edge of the Kinder plateau, walking via Fairbrook Naze and returning down the Ashop Valley. Approx. 11 miles moderate with one steep climb.
Saturday 26 SeptemberBAKEWELLLeader: Alison
A 10 mile easy walk going via Sheldon, Great Shacklow Wood, Monsal Dale, Little Longstone. 2060 feet of ascent. There will be a tea shop at the end. Starting at 10:30 from the main car park in Bakewell next to the stone bridge.
Saturday 3 OctoberDERWENT EDGELeader: Margaret
New event. An 11.5 mile moderate walk. Meet at the layby just east of Cutthroat Bridge (OL1 Dark Peak map, ref 216875) for a 10:30 start. The walk goes up over Derwent Edge, Lost Lad and Ladybower, then climbing up to Whinstone Lee and back to the car park or to the Ladybower Inn for a cuppa.
Saturday 10 OctoberHAYFIELD & THE SETT VALLEY TRAILLeader: Helen
New event. A 9 mile walk from Hayfield, meet for a 10:30 start at the Sett Valley Way car park.
Saturday 17 OctoberEXPLORING THE EASTERN MOORSLeader: Barbara
New event. A 10.75 mile walk with 850ft ascent. Meet at 10:15 for a 10:30 start from outside the café at Longshaw, grid ref SK264799. What 3 Words lively:spot:horses. P&D car park (free for NT members).