If you love the great outdoors, and would enjoy the thrill of walking through some of England's most spectacular countryside with a friendly, knowledgeable guide to bring the experience to life, then our guided walks in the Peak District and Derbyshire are probably for you! Join a group guided walk
, or hire your own personal walking guide
and let us arrange the perfect walking tour for you. We can not only help you to discover the Peak District's beautiful hills, moorland, and dales, and learn how to protect them for the future, but we can also suggest some superb local accommodation and other things to do in the area.
We have been awarded the prestigious Peak District Environmental Quality Mark in recognition of the wonderful experience of the countryside that we provide to our customers. For everyone that books directly with Peak Walking Adventures onto certain of our walks, we will make a small donation to a local charity that you can choose at the time of making the balance payment.
Our guided walks in the Peak District are ideal for: groups, couples, friends, singles, and families. To learn more about the Peak District, see our Peak District information page and see our countryside blog which details interesting and beautiful things that we have seen on our guided walks through the seasons.
The Next Month - Open Group Guided Walks in the Peak District - At a glance
Monday 27 May (Bank Holiday) Navigation Training Spend a day learning the art of navigation in the countryside and hills. Suitable for beginners or improvers. Two places left
Saturday 1 June Trek Training walk. Great training for challenging treks abroad or simply those who enjoy a hilly and scenic walk. Highlights of the walk will include Win Hill, Crook Hill, Hope Cross, Back Tor and Lose Hill. Approx 13 miles and 900 meters ascent/descent. Two places left
Sunday 2 June Trek Training walk. Great training for challenging treks abroad or simply those who enjoy a hilly and scenic walk. This walk involves a double crossing of Kinder Scout and more . . . Approx 12 miles and 950 meters ascent/descent. Two places left
Monday 3 June Trek Training walk. Great training for challenging treks abroad or simply those who enjoy a hilly and scenic walk. Today we move over to the White Peak area to climb Chrome Hill, Parkhouse Hill, then possibly Hitter Hill and High Wheeldon.
Wednesday 12 June Half day walk (morning). Gritstone Edges & Moorland. A scenic walk along some of the gritstone edges that the Dark Peak area is famous for.
Saturday 15 June. The Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge. Climb the 3 highest mountains in Yorkshire with us in a single day. A really tough challenge walk! Are you up for it?
Sunday 16 June. Half day walk (afternoon). Stanton Moor Discovery. A gentle walk over Stanton Moor to visit fascinating features such as the Nine Ladies Stone Circle and to enjoy the surrounding countryside.
Friday 28 June. Kinder Scout guided walk - Highest mountain in the Peak District. A challenging walk to explore this most beautiful mountain.
Saturday 29 June. Bleaklow guided walk - Second highest mountain in the Peak District. Explore this wonderful expanse of high, remote moorland and visit historical air-crash sites.
Sunday 30 June. Derwent Edge and the Hills around Ladybower. A scenic guided walk in the hills and moorlands surrounding Ladybower Reservoir.
Cowslips in Deepdale
Guided walks available on most other days with our Personal Walking Guide service
For open group walks beyond the end of February, see the calendar on our day walks page.
Spring flowers are looking beautiful in
the Peak District at present!