Qualified Mountain Leader, NNAS Navigation Trainer and Alexander Technique teacher Rachel Bolton offers a varied range of outdoor experiences in the beautiful hills and moorlands of The Peak District National Park and Derbyshire.
The area she covers includes the craggy gritstone edges of the Dark Peak, the stunning limestone gorges of the White Peak, and the beautiful green countryside of Derbyshire.
It is essential that you have proper hiking boots and outdoor clothing, including a waterproof jacket for all guided hill and moorlands walks.
Book to join a small group of other people on an open group guided walk in the Peak District.
These walks are on set dates throughout the year, and are usually between 8 and 13 miles and over hilly terrain.
Get the most out of a day in the countryside and hills of the Peak District with your own friendly, knowledgeable guide.
This is an ideal option for couples, friends and small groups. Enjoy a walk of your choice, at your own pace.
Learn to navigate competently in the countryside and hills, or improve your existing skills with a National Navigation Scheme Bronze or Silver qualification course.
These clinics are a must for anyone who enjoys hill walking! The day focuses on identifying how we walk and learning skills to move more efficiently across a variety of terrain. This can help to eliminate or avoid aches, pains, or injury.
You can design your own short break, guided walking holiday in the Peak District, by booking guided day walks on several consecutive days, and by arranging your own accommodation. You can either join our occasional 'open group' walks, which are usually on two or more consecutive days, or arrange private guided walks, or a combination of both.
To see what guided walking options are available on which dates, please see the guided walking calendar.
We welcome enquiries from small groups (maximum 10 people) for private guided walking holidays.