Photos from Peak District - Page 3
The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.
|Images from the Walks
|Ashop Head, Kinder Plateau
|Abbey Brook, Derwent Reservoir
|Climbing alongside Abbey Brook towards the Lost Lad
|Howden Dean valley
|Barristers Tor, Abbey Brook
|Lost Lad with the millstone grit crags of Back Tor
|Dovestone Tor & Cakes of Bread
|Derwent Edge view to Kinder Scout
|Wheelstones or "Coach and Horses"
|The bridge over the River Ashop below the Snake Inn
|Path on west bank of Fair Brook leads to Kinder Plateau
|Path near top of Fair Brook leads through boulders
|Northern rim of Kinder Plateau features slabs of gritstone
|Heading west along the northern edge towards Ashop Head
|'Boxing Gloves' are a well known rock feature, Peak District
|Snake Path follows River Ashop from Ashop Head to Snake Inn
|Dramatic section of River Ashop in a clough
|The Snake Path near the Snake Inn
|Lamaload Reservoir & rolling countryside
|The summit of Shining Tor is marked by a boundary wall
|The summit of Shining Tor is a fine viewpoint
|View north from Shining Tor to Pym Chair
|Windgather Rocks are a popular place for climbers
|Jenkin Chapel has a fascinating history
|Curbar Edge offers great views over the Derwent Valley
|A group of walkers add scale to this view of Curbar Edge
|Looking south from Froggatt Edge to Curbar Edge
|The Longshaw Estate has a moorland charm
|White Edge runs parallel to Curbar & Froggatt Edges
|View of moorland on White Edge
|Gratton Hill, to the north of the village of Alstonefield
|Gipsy Bank overlooks River Dove, Wolfscote Dale
|Biggin Dale is similar in character to Wolfscote Dale
|Drabber Tor is a limestone rock, Wolfscote Dale
|Wolfscote Dale is characterised by limestone outcrops
|Beresford Dale has limestone features
|Beresford Dale at its best in Summer
|Footpath sign outside toilets in Hartington
|A contemporary sculpture outside Lower Hurst Farm
|View of Dove Valley, Narrowdale Farm
|Narrowdale lies in Staffordshire north of Alstonefield
|Hilltop copses are common in the White Peak
|Climbing beyond Greenlands towards Mam Nick
|The highest point of Rushup Edge is Lord's Seat
|The head of Edale seen from Rushup Edge
|Path from Rushup Edge to Brown Knoll
|High level path on north side of Edale
|High above Edale are the rocks that make up the Woolpacks.
|Woolpacks are group of exposed gritstone features
|Woolpacks are weathered gritstone rocks
|The head of Crowden Clough with Edale beyond
|Abney and Cockey Farm from Fold Farm top field
|Offerton Moor from Siney Stitch
|Win Hill and Kinder Scout from Shatton Edge
|Abney and Abney Moor from Abney Brook
|The claustrophobic intimacies of Bretton Clough
|Stokes Ford, Bretton Clough
|Oak Farm (near Abney) from Oak Wood
|The Longshaw Estate with Higger Tor in the background
|Higger Tor as seen from the Longshaw Estate
News & Reviews
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Wainwright Hill Bagging Map - A scratchable map showing all 214 Wainwrights in the Lake District. More info.
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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.