Here are 10 of the most scenic walks you could do in the Peak District

While there is a yellow weather warning for heavy showers and thunderstorms across most of the England this weekend, it looks like the Peak District will be dry with a bit of rain on Sunday.

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This nine mile walk takes you along the wonderful cliffs of Stanage Edge with superb views of the Derwent and Hope Valleys, Mam Tor and Kinder Scout. Most people start at Hathersage car park.

But for those who don’t mind getting a little damp when you go out – there are many amazing walks in the Peak District that you can do in any weather.

From adventurous walks to ones which are short and flat, take a look at these ten great walks.

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Gateway to the Peak District you can walk down to Padley Gorge, explore the remnants of the millstone industry or look out for wildlife. You can also visit Longshaw Visitor Centre and there is also the takeaway café Croft Cabin.

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Pay to go inside the 105-acre Chatsworth Garden or just take a walk around the estate where you can see deer and sheep. You do have to book car park tickets online.

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This towpath walk is 14.5 miles from Cromford to the Erewash, but you can jump on and off at any point. You can start at Cromford Wharf Car Park on Mill Road.
From adventurous walks to ones which are short and flat, take a look at these ten great walks.
See the famous Derwent Dam and take a walk around the reservoirs which have great views and mature woodlands.
Home to the famous Nine Ladies Stone Circle, which is believed to date back to Bronze Age. You can also marvel at the impressive gritstone rocks which stick out of the ground. Start at the village of Birchover for a gentle three mile walk.
Near to the Longshaw Estate this gorge has gentle streams and tumbling waterfalls in a woodland setting.
Running from the former Midland Railway the walk goes for 8.5 miles passing Miller's Dale, Cressbrook and Bakewell.
Take a trip to Castleton and have a walk around the picture perfect village. There are also several walks surrounding it with amazing views and Peveril Castle.
Bowden Bridge Car Park you can reach Kinder Reservoir, Kinder Scout and the Mermaid's Pool.