5 of the best September walks in the Peak District

Edale by Sally Mosley

Edale by Sally Mosley - Credit: Archant

We looked through our archives to see what we recommended to you in previous years during September. NOTE: Safeguarding against the coronavirus is likley to be a part of everyday life for the forseeable future. We advise that two metres social distancing and checking the latest guidelines are the best course of action.

Entrance to Thors Cave by Sally Mosley

Entrance to Thors Cave by Sally Mosley - Credit: Archant

Wetton

September 2019 issue

Thor’s Cave is one of the great natural wonders of the Peak District. Enjoy this amble in the Manifold Valley, a geological wonderland of towering limestone crags, caves and rock shelters.

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A glorious view of the gently sweeping hills by Sally Mosley

A glorious view of the gently sweeping hills by Sally Mosley - Credit: Archant

Vale of Edale

September 2018 issue

As the starting point of numerous routes, scenic Edale is one of the country’s iconic base camps for hill walkers, this time we explore the picturesque Vale of Edale.

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Old Glossop by Sally Mosley

Old Glossop by Sally Mosley - Credit: Archant

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Glossop

September 2017 issue

Head to the north of the county for a scenic walk around hills and mills in the High Peak, starting from the popular village of Glossop.

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The fairytale ruins of Wingfield Manor by Sally Mosley

The fairytale ruins of Wingfield Manor by Sally Mosley - Credit: Archant

South Wingfield

September 2016 issue

We venture outside the Peak District for this walk which follows paths, tracks and a lengthy stretch of quiet road over a rolling landscape of productive farmland.

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Tideswell Church by Sally Mosley

Tideswell Church by Sally Mosley - Credit: Archant

Tideswell

September 2015 issue

A stroll around the tangled web of Tideswell’s narrow roads, lanes, alleyways and ginnels, twisting between character houses and pretty cottages.

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All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change. We advise you acquire a recent OS map of the area you plan to visit and assure there are no major changes.

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