Stanage Edge is one of the best known gritstone edges in the Peak District and is therefore very popular with visitors. This popularity is due to Stanage Edge’s impressive views into the Hope Valley, across the Peak District to Mam Tor and glimpses of the […]
Burbage Valley, Burbage Edge and the features it contains is always a popular destination for walkers at any time of year. A couple of days ago we ventured out to capture what little light there was and blow away the cobwebs that had accumulated over […]
The Burbage Valley is surrounded by interesting geological and historical features making it a great walk at any time of year. Sheffield Country Walk runs North-South between Burbage Edge and Burbage Brook. Many other paths criss-cross the landscape too, though some care is needed if […]
Walking in the upper Derwent Valley around the Derwent and Howden Reservoirs is one of our “stock walks”. if the weather’s a bit iffy and not overly great for photography, or if we just want to get a few miles in on paths that are […]
These images are from a few weeks ago around Cave Dale and Castleton. We forgot all about them until today. The strangely attired fellas are part of the festivities around the Christmas lights in Castle. For more about Cave Dale you can click here.
Walking around Ladybower was our second choice today after calling off a trek to Alport Castles. We felt the light was a bit flat so opted for a circuit around the northern arm of Ladybower reservoir rather than the trek across moorland. It was a […]
Today we took a walk around Carsington water, a 13km circuit that we have already written up here. Our previous visit to Carsington Water was in the summer so the landscape was very different. It wasn’t too cold (around 6-7 degrees for the most part) […]