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Best Walking Routes in Peak District National Park

The Peak District is Britain’s oldest National Park and a popular destination for walkers, with hundreds of routes to choose from across its hills, moors and famous gritstone edges.

You won’t find mountains in the Peak District – the high plateau of Kinder Scout is the highest point in the National Park at 636 metres – but you will find some of the best hillwalking trails in England. Hikers can climb iconic peaks such as Mam Tor, Win Hill, Lose Hill and Bleaklow, or walk some of the National Park’s famous escarpments such as Stanage Edge, Baslow Edge or the Roaches.

The Peak District is a great place to visit with families too. The limestone valley of Dovedale and the wheel-friendly Monsal Trail are perfect for walkers of all ages, while the popular towns of Bakewell, Castleton and Matlock are great places to base yourself for a weekend of exploring.

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