Peak District Walks
Fancy exploring The Peak District over Easter Hollidays?
The Peak District has so much to offer. Grit Stone Edges, peaty Kinder Scout and beautiful rolling hills are just some of the sights that are located just a short distance from Sheffield.
Join us as we explore the area that you call a temporary home!
Please note that these walks are longer than mentor-led walks. We will aim to do around 8 miles on each walk and we will be out between 11-4 depending on the weather conditions.
2nd April -11-4- Meet at the Edge
9th April-11-4 - Meeting point TBC
16th April -11-4 - Meeting Point TBC
The first walk on the 2nd of April will be local. We will show you how just close the Peak District actually is! We will walk towards Fox House via Ringinglow and around Lady Canning's plantation before we head back.
The remainder of the walks will be decided closer to the time based on weather conditions and Covidi-19 restrictions.
Please note that you will have to book a place in order to attend. If you can longer make it please cancel your space as we have very limited capacity. You can book here. Please note that you need to book your place via eventbrite.
You will need to bring suitable footwear, warm and waterproof clothes, lunch and some change for the bus.
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