These are seven of the best walks that the Peak District has to offer. Photos are for illustrative purposes only.
1. Derwent Valley Heritage Way
This 55 mile walk stretches from Ladybower Reservoir to Shardlow, taking walkers through Derbyshire Dales, the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage site and to Derwent Mouth. It can also be broken into shorter walks.
2. Hathersage to Stanage Edge
This nine mile walk starts in Hathersage and takes walkers to the cliffs of Stanage Edge. This route goes via North Lees Hall, which is thought to have been the inspiration behind Mr Rochester’s house in Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre.
3. Mam Tor
This five mile walk to the top of Mam Tor, also known as Mother Hill, is highly popular among walkers in the Peak District. Once you reach the top of the hill, you can take in the beautiful views across parts of the National Park.
A seven and a half mile route through the picturesque village of Hartington to the historical site of Pilsbury castle, taking in all that Hartington has to offer as you go.