walks around waterside barn

Tissington Trail

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Tissington Tail is a flat walk reaching from Ashbourne to Buxton. Experience the beautiful scenery falling either side of the track whether you're walking or cycling!

Carsington Water

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Carsington Water not only had a flat circuit walk/ cycle track around the reservoir, it also hosts a beautiful café/ restaurant and cute shops in the courtyard. If you're brave enough to take to the cold waters, Carsington also offer water sports including sailing!

Dovedales

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Ultimately, the most famous walk near to Waterside Barn. Explore the heights of Thorpe Cloud and the Stepping Stones at the foot of the hill. A beautiful scene whatever the time of year.

Lathkill Dale

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Enjoy a splendid riverside walk in the beautiful Lathkill Dale. The dale is a peaceful, atmospheric area flanked with large limestone cliffs and woodland. Along the River Lathkill you'll pass pretty waterfalls and weirds and a wide variety of flora and fauna. 

Alstonefield

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Alstonefield is a small village in the Peak District National Park, in an area known as the White Peak. Alstonefield has beautiful tracks surrounding the village and why not end your walk at The George for a beautiful carvery?

Milldale

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Milldale situated in the Peak District National Park, is a tranquil, clustered, riverside village of square stone cottages, surrounded by steeply wooded hills near Alstonefield and Dovedale.

Exploring Derbyshire

Chatsworth Walks

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Chatsworth, is set in the heart of Derbyshire. There are 105 acres of stunning gardens, miles of footpaths, extravagant water features, outdoor art exhibitions, and magnificent views of the park.

Ladybower Reservoir

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Ladybower reservoir is surrounded by stunning countryside with magnificent views of the water, woodland and moorland. There are many circular walking and cycling routes nearby, plus stunning viewpoints such as Bamford Edge.

Curbar Edge & Froggatt Edge

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There are over 200 rock-climbing routes on Curbar Edge some with names like 'Profit of Doom Buttress', which gives the non-climber an inkling into their difficulty. 

Mam Tor

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Mam Tor is a 517m hill near Castleton in the High Peak of Derbyshire. Its name means "mother hill", so called because frequent landslips on its eastern face have resulted in a multitude of "mini hills" beneath it. These landslips which are caused by unstable lower layers of shale, also give the hill its alternative name of Shivering Mountain.

Youlgreave

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Due to its scenic Peak District location, Youlgreave has become a popular tourist destination. Visitors to the area are able to enjoy a range of activities including walking and cycling with tremendous sightseeing opportunities in the beautiful surrounding countryside.

Monyash

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Monyash is a popular starting point for walkers exploring the network of paths and green lanes in the area and also Lathkill Dale, one of the most beautiful and tranquil dales in the Peak District.