The Inn Way… to the Peak District

by Mark Reid
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Pages: 224
Format: A5, paperback
Last reprint: 2012

This is the revised and updated 2nd Edition of Mark Reid s “The Inn Way… to the Peak District” which charts a 6-day circular walk throughout the Peak District, covering 84 miles and passing 51 great country pubs along the way. Includes information on history, geography, places of interest, traditional inns, routes and maps. This long distance circular walking route takes in the very best of the Peak District from the wilds of Kinder Scout to the dramatic Eastern Edges, gentle pastoral landscape of Chatsworth and the beautiful limestone dales of the White Peak. Starting and finishing at Hayfield, Stage One of this walking route skirts around Kinder Scout then heads through the Woodlands Valley to Hathersage. Stage Two traces the Eastern Edges southwards high above the Derwent Valley to reach Baslow. Stage Three is gentler, with a stroll through Chatsworth Park then across the mystical landscape of Stanton Moor to Youlgrave. Stage Four heads up through the beautiful limestone valleys of the White Peak to Tideswell. Stage Five explores Eyam before heading over to Castleton. Stage Six traverses the famous Great Ridge over to Edale and then follows the packhorse route back to Hayfield. Travel Book of the Week in the Mail on Sunday when it was first published in summer 2007 and book number 5 in The Inn Way… series of walking guidebooks from the award-winning publisher of The Inn Way and Walking Weekends books. Mark Reid is the author of The Inn Way series, which chart long distance circular walks throughout England s North Country. He also writes regular articles concerning the outdoors for several newspapers and magazines including Country Walking, Yorkshire Post, Countryfile and Northern Echo. Mark appears on ITV Yorkshire s monthly TV walk A Breath of Fresh Air along with weatherman Jon Mitchell. He is also a qualified Mountain Leader and runs TeamWalking, which offers navigation courses and adventure weekends.