Gently rolling countryside, clear rivers, dramatic limestone dales and stone built villages and towns make up the White Peak area of the Peak District. Along with the dry stonewalls which are a characteristic of this area of the Peak District there are also some fine ash woodlands and colourful meadows full of wild flowers. The Peak District walks listed on Snap the Peaks will take the walker through beautiful dales including Dovedale, Wolfscote Dale and Lathkill Dale, explore the past on the walk to Magpie Mine or visit locations from the popular BBC series Peak Practice on a walk to Longnor.
Map of the White Peak area of the Peak District
The Peak District walks linked to via this interactive map of the White Peak area of the Peak District vary in length from 1.5 miles to 12 miles. The difficulty rating of the walks is from 3, which is the easiest walk to 20, the hardest or most strenuous walk. This rating is purely for comparison based on the length of the walk and total height climbed. The blue dots indicate the starting point for each walk or group of walks. Information on each walk includes distance in miles and difficulty rating (shown in brackets). Click on the link to go to the selected walk.
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