To book a place on the coach, text or phone Frank Jones on 07788736006 (also for cancellations and "on-the-day" contact).

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Date: Sat 2nd April The Peakland Way 7
Baslow to Elton
A: 12.5 miles
B: 9.0 miles
Date: Sat 7th May The Peakland Way 8
Elton to Ashbourne
A: 12.5 miles
B: 9.0 miles
Date: Sat 4th June Tour of the Lake District Fells 1
Thornthwaite Beacon
Place Fell

A: 13.0 miles
B: 9.0 miles
Date: Sat 2nd July Tour of the Lake District Fells 2
Lingmoor Fell
Little Langdale

A: 12.5 miles
B: 9.0 miles
Date: Sat 6th August Tour of the Lake District Fells 3
Blencathra from Mungrisdale
Souter Fell

A: 11.0 miles
B: 8.0 miles
Date: Sat 3rd September Tour of the Lake District Fells 4
Wetherlam from Coniston - strenuous
Coniston Fells

A: 8.5 miles
B: 9.0 miles
Date: Sat 1st October The Peakland Way 4
Snake Inn to Edale
Bamford to Edale

A: 10.5 miles
B: 8.0 miles

For those members who prefer a day out with a short 5 - mile walk, we will provide a self-guided circular route, with maps & notes, from where the main walk ends.

This Spring we continue with the Peakland Way, our 8-day circular tour of the highlights of the Peak District. Unfortunately, due to the closure of the Snake Pass for the foreseeable future, we will have to omit Walks 4 and 5 and return to these in the autumn. Walks 7 and 8 in April and May take us walking through the gritstone landscape of the eastern edge of the National Park, through Chatsworth, following the River Derwent, before climbing on to Stanton Moor. The final leg is described as the most beautiful, returning into Limestone country and Gratton Dale before reaching Ashbourne. We take a summer interlude to make best use of the longer daylight hours with four walks in different areas of the beautiful Lake District - Ullswater, Coniston, the Northern Fells and the Langdales, summiting the highest mountains for the A walkers and lower peaks for the B. We return to Legs 4 and 5 of the Peakland Way in October and November, experiencing the beauty of the area around the Snake Pass with its dramatic scenery and reservoirs, including the Kinder plateau, before finishing our trail in Edale.This Autumn/Winter we re-start the coach walks with the 8 day, 96 mile long distance walk "The Peakland Way", originally devised in 1969 by the intrepid Rev John Merrill. John's aim was to create a long-distance walk which encompassed the many facetsof the Peak District. Attempting to combine all the varying beauty of the area - the limestone dales, gritstone edges, the peat moorland plateaux and the rural scenary with the enormous historical content.
Please adhere to Ramblers Association Covid-19 guidelines.

Please bring food and drink as there will be lunch & drink stops on route.