Welcome to my walks in the Northern, Dark Peak, area of the Peak District National park, including walks from Bradfield and Ladybower Reservoir.

Onesmoor, High Bradfield 3.7 miles

A delightful walk around Onesmoor above High Bradfield. Superb views in all directions. The walk crosses farm land with a variety of wildlife about.

Win Hill from Hope village 4.2 miles

A steady climb from Hope village to the top of Win Hill. Good views across the Dark Peak and Ladybower await.

Agden Reservoir and Bradfield 5.3 miles

A circuit around Low and High Bradfield and Agden Reservoir. Mostly well marked paths. Good views. A short steep descent.

Broomhead Moor 5.75 miles

From valleys, moorland, parkland and stone circles. This walk has the lot. Broomhead Moor has been occupied for thousands of years.

Dale Dike Reservoir and Ughill Moor 8.0 miles

A combination of farm lanes around Dale Dike reservoir followed by a climb onto Ughill Moor, Well defined paths and tracks,

Win Hill 8.0 miles

A Peak District walk up the popular Win Hill. Spectacular views from the summit make the climb worthwhile. Well marked paths. Sections can be muddy in wet weather

Derwent Edge 9.0 miles

A walk from Ladybower reservoir onto Derwent Edge. The route climbs to Back Tor before looping back down to the reservoir. Excellent views from the Edge across to Win Hill, Mam Tor and Kinder Scout.

Lose Hill and Mam Tor from Hope village. 10.0 miles

A climb up to Lose Hill followed by a loop around the high ground above Hope and Castleton, including Mam Tor.

Dukes Road and Back Tor from Low Bradfield 12.5 miles

From Low Bradfield the walk climbs through fields to High Bradfield. The route passes the church and Bailey hill, passes through a wood before cross more open land. The route follows the old Dukes Road onto the moors to Black Tor. The route then drops down Foulstone Road before returning to ow Bradfield by the side of Dale Dike Reservoir.

Bleaklow Head from Old Glossop 13.0 miles

A walk from Old Glossop, along the Longdendale Trail and then up the Pennine Way to Bleaklow Head. The route continues along The Pennine Way before returning to Old Glossop by the Doctor's Gate path. A demanding walk including exposed moorland and a steep ascent.

 

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Ordnance Survey Explorer map OL1 cover the Stocksbridge area along with the Dark Peak area of the Peak District National Park and should be used in conjunction with these instructions.