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Walk the Peak District SouthWalk the Peak District: South Including GPS Waypoint lists and a Place Name Index, this 160-page colour book contains walking routes within the Peak District (South) region. Wire-O spiral binding allows it to lay flat and be folded back on itself without damage. It features: route summary of exertion rating; refreshments rating; time, distance, ascents/descents; and more. Peak District Walks.

Best Tea Shop Walks in the Peak DistrictBest Tea Shop Walks in the Peak District Fully revised and updated, this new edition of an old favourite features easy walking, wonderful scenery and scrumptious afternoon teas! There are 26 circular walks to choose from spread widely across the Peak District, including Lyme Park, Castleton, Miller’s Dale, The Roaches and such famous dales as Lathkill and Dovedale. There are a variety of tea shops to choose from, the splendour of Chatsworth House to more basic locations where tea is served in pint mugs! Each walk includes a handy summary enabling a quick assessment of the time and likely effort required. Also included is a route map, information on car parking, plus details of tea shop opening times and telephone numbers so that you can plan the perfect day out! Peak District Walks.

Classic Peak District RamblesBest Pub Walks in the White Peak: 30 Classic Peak District Rambles A completely revised and updated edition of one of our first-ever pub-walk guides and still one of the most authoritative. The White Peak area of the Peak District offers a superb variety of walks and this book provides the added bonus of visits to welcoming Peak District pubs, many of which offer Real Ale from local independent brewers. The 30 walks range from 3 to 9 miles. They start in such delightful Peak District villages as Ashford-in-the Water, Alstonefield and Youlgreave and for many of them you don't need a car: local buses and trains ensure that you can savour the the beers on offer without risk to your licence! Many local attractions are featured, including the National Tramway Museum, the Magpie Mine and the National Stone Centre.

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