Photos from Peak District - Page 1
The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.
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|Images from the Walks
|Looking towards Bakewell from Longstone Edge
|All Saints church, Hassop
|The mysterious ER cipher near Pilsley
|View towards Chatsworth
|Hamlet of Milldale is popular with walkers
|Dovedale has been popular with visitors for over a century
|Looking back from Stanshope to Hall Dale
|The Dove valley north of Hartington
|Sheen Hill on the Staffordshire side of the Dove valley
|Typical White Peak scenery above Pilsbury Castle
|The village of Chelmorton
|Skiddaw seen from Bleaberry Fell
|Offerton Hall near Hathersage
|Mam Tor seen from Rushup Edge
|The view across Edale to the Kinder Plateau
|View along Stanage Edge towards High Neb
|View Stanage Edge to Upper Burbage Bridge
|From Stanage Edge towards Castleton
|Along Stanage Edge towards High Neb
|View from Stanage Edge to Bamford Moor & Win Hill
|Millstones beneath Stanage Edge
|Errwood Reservoir in the Goyt Valley
|Looking south to Carl Wark from Higger Tor
|Higger Tor seen from Upper Burbage Bridge
|Burbage Brook at the Upper Burbage Bridge
|Higger Tor from the valley path
|Carl Wark seen from the valley path
|Higger Tor and Carl Wark (left) from the valley path
|Burbage Brook in the ground of Longshaw Estate
|Burbage Brook in a pretty valley, Longshaw Estate
|Burbage Brook, Longshaw Estate
|View from Nether Hey to Howden Edge
|Looking down Bretton Clough
|Old Nags Head, Edale - start/finish of Pennine Way
|Grindsbrook seen from the flanks of Ringing Roger
|The rocky outcrops on Ringing Roger
|The view back to Edale from Ringing Roger
|The path along to the edge from Ringing Roger
|Ringing Roger seen from the main edge path on Kinder
|Eroded gritstone on Kinder high above Grinds Brook
|Looking south to the Great Ridge and Edale
|The edge path of Kinder near the top of Grindsbrook
|The point where Grinds Brook leaves the Kinder Plateau
|Ringing Roger across Grinds Brook from Grindslow Knoll
|Moors above Grains in the Water & Higher Shelf Stones
|Alport Dale is one of the finest valleys in Peak District
|Millstone Grit outcrops in deepest part of Alport Dale
|Bradford Dale in early Spring
|Lathkill Dale below Palmerston Wood
|Upper Lathkill Dale towards Monyash
|Looking down Grindsbrook Clough to Edale
|In its upper reaches, Grindsbrook Clough is much rockier
|Interesting rock sculptures on the Kinder Plateau
|The Woolpacks bathe in sunshine near Edale Head
|Edale with Rushup Edge, Mam Tor & Castleton Ridge
|The slopes of Bleaklow from Yellowslacks
|Wain Stones near summit of Bleaklow, known as "Kiss"
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News & Reviews
A range of product reviews including books and maps are available. The following reviews are the most recent.
Wainwright Hill Bagging Map - A scratchable map showing all 214 Wainwrights in the Lake District. More info.
the people's poncho 2.0 - Lightweight, stylish and lightweight alternative to traditional waterproofs ideal for walkers. More info.
the people's poncho - A durable, lightweight, stylish and compact alternative to traditional waterproofs ideal for walkers with 10% Discount. More info.
AZ Adventure Series Maps - Convenient 1:25000 OS maps in booklet form covering the National Trails of Britain. More info.
Walking in the Aire - A new book by Lee Senior featuring 14 walks in the Aire valley. More info.
West Yorkshire's Wild Side - Two new books in the 'Wainwright' style featuring Calderdale and moorland walks. More info.