6 great Peak District walks near the Hope Valley Line
- Credit: Archant
The Hope Valley Line is a regular rail service connecting Mannchester and Sheffield. The route travels through the heart of the Peak District, making it a perfect way to start a day trip and walk.
Vale of Edale
Edale Railway Station
Edale is the most popular place to start a walkin the Peak District, this walk starts very close to Station Approach.
Click here to view the details of the Vale of Edale walk
Hope Railway Station
If you're coming from the station, turn right and pick up the route from the front of the Old Hall Hotel.
Click here to view the details of the Hope Valley walk
Bamford Railway Station
This walk starts just a few hundred yards from the station. As parking is scarce within Bamford, taking the train may well be the best option in getting there.
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Hathersage Railway Station
Head north from the station and you will find Oddfellows Road on your right, it's from here where you can pick up the start of this walk that takes you out of Hathersage.
Click here to view the details of the Hathersage Circular walk
Grindleford Railway Station
This circular walk is written to start from the car park at Longshaw Lodge. However, you can pick this up from point 6 in the description at Grindleford Station cafe.
Click here to view the details of the Padley Gorge walk
Dore & Totley Railway Station
The start of this walk is just a couple miles walk from Dore & Totley station, you can walk here via a short woodland route that follows Limb Brook via the entrance on Abbeydale Road.
Click here to view the details of the Houndkirk Moor walk
All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change.