Peak district photo gallery, some of my favorite photos taken in the peak district on my favorite and best peak district walks - enjoy
Looking above Edale
A steam train arrived whilst I was having a cheeky bacon butty at Grindleford Cafe
The above three photos were taken in and above Bole hill quarry. Click here for details of the Bole Hill Quarry walk
Adrian's walk - Roughin it in the Peaks is a fantastic 3 day 58 mile walk. The walk strts in Bakewell and finishes in Edale. £1 from every sale is donated to Edale Mountain Rescue
Love this picture. It was taken at the top of Grindsbrook above Edale on the Jacob's ladder walk.
Adrian’s Walk – Roughin it in the Peaks is an energising and energetic celebration of Britain’s most popular outdoor pastimes and a great way to raise funds for Edale Mountain Rescue. The 58 mile 3 day hike takes you from the meandering and peaceful country lanes of the White Peaks; to single dirt tracks and strenuous uphill slogs in the Dark Peaks. The rewards are the exhilarating views, the absolute feeling of accomplishment and a well-deserved pint at the end.
£1 from the sale of the guide (now for sale on Amazon - just £6.99) is being donated to the Edale Mountain Rescue team. A team the authors volunteers for as their body! “I actually came up with the idea of Adrian’s walk – Roughin it in the Peaks whilst being carried on a stretcher around Birchen Edge near Baslow.”
As well as the sale of the guide Adrian has also organised a mass 3 day sponsored hike following the route in September.
“One of the things that I love about the Peak District is you never know what to expect. The terrain is as unpredictable as the weather, and it’s often the weather that makes the terrain so unpredictable. Rain, fog, sleet, snow and glorious sunshine often in the same afternoon - am I sellin it well?”
Walking up the easy and peaceful Lathkill dale walk
This is a great autumn photo taken in Linacer resevoir
Deer on Big moor above Curber edge
The start of the Pennine way and day 3 of Adrian's Walk - Roughin it in the Peaks.
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